Freddy Krueger The Parrot Survives Kidnapping, Gunshot, And Snakebite.
Freddy shocked the zookeepers by returning to the zoo two days after his kidnapping ordeal.
He was found under a pine tree next to his cage, but no one is sure if Freddy escaped and flew home or if he was simply abandoned. But the fact that the parrot had a disfigured face may be the reason why he was let go. Meanwhile, the other parrot’s whereabouts remains a mystery.
Maybe his captors had underestimated the medium-sized blue-fronted Amazonian parrot.
Freddy’s species is native to South America and can be found in areas like northern Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia, and Brazil. They’re also extremely loud, social and very smart, which makes them very difficult to live with.
They crave a lot of attention and can go from nice to destructive if they don’t get enough of it.
Pet owners and zookeepers know that the best way to keep these parrots happy is to interact with them or keep them busy with toys. Sadly, Freddy isn’t the only one of his kind who’s unlucky. Frequent capture and deforestation could lead to their extinction and that would truly be a nightmare.
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