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Gangnam Bird Style

Watch this cockatoo dance to a popular song, and learn why parrots dance.

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Parrots are known for their dancing skills, from the famous Snowball, to the thousand of parrots dancing away in YouTube videos.  A parrot's ability to move to a beat may have grown out of the ability to imitate sounds, according to Aniruddh Patel, Ph.D, Senior Fellow in Theoretical Neurobiology at the Neurosciences Institute in San Diego. He co-authored a study to see if animals are capable of synchronized movement.

Perhaps parrots dance for the same reason we do — because it's fun!

Does your parrot like to dance? Tell us in the comments below!

 


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Posted: July 10, 2013, 12:30 p.m. PDT

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My Hahn's Mini Macaw loves to dance to the Limbo. You can play the CD, hum or whislte the music OR he will hum the music and dance around the cage.
Penny, Church Hill, TN
Posted: 7/11/2013 10:08:09 AM
omgosh 2 funny!!! lol!
stephanie, no smithfield, RI
Posted: 7/11/2013 5:39:58 AM
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