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VIDEO: This Parrot Gets Meta

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Jessica Pineda

The talking Amazon Parrot by irmgard-rawn

The video is crazy. On it's surface, it's just an Amazon parrot chatting to a video recording himself. But then it gets kind of meta, with the Amazon soon chatting to a video of himself chatting to a video of himself.

It's not as confusing as it sounds ... And it's fun to watch too. Watch now! 

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Posted: October 30, 2014, 11:15 a.m. PDT

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