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Hilarious Parrot Has An Evil Laugh Like a Super Villain

Here’s the parrot who became a YouTube celebrity because of its blood-curdling laugh.

Faye Williams





“Of all the creatures on Earth, only two can produce human language: humans and birds. Of the few birds that can imitate human speech and sounds — including mynah birds, crows, and ravens — parrots are clearly the best at it,” writes Ashley P. Taylor in her Audubon magazine article, “Why do parrots talk?”

Taylor added, “Pet parrots have all the essential conditions for picking up language — time, inspiration, and mental ability.”

A YouTube user — who is identified only as Mark G. — decided to showcase such a pet to the rest of the world. His feathered friend’s uncanny talent is enough to send a lot of people running. The sound that the parrot makes is reminiscent of a movie villain or some diabolical character who’s out to get victims.

In the video, the parrot is first shown looking goofy — which makes its so-called “extraordinary voice talent” even more shocking. Play the video and hear it to believe it!

We dare you: Listen to the parrot’s evil laugh!

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Aren’t parrots wonderful creatures? Their ability to sound like humans is something that will never cease to amaze us.

In The Nest, Vivian Gomez explains:

“Parrots lack lips and teeth, yet they have the ability to learn words, phrases, and songs and to imitate tone and expression. What they do have is keen hearing and a voice box with a complex structure that allows them to reproduce sounds.”

For his part, New Mexico State University researcher Tim Wright, who has devoted years of study on parrot vocalization, says, “Parrots are drawn to phrases and sounds associated with excitement and commotion.” Obviously, Mark G.’s parrot kept doing its evil laugh because it noticed that people were going crazy over the sound. Indeed, the bird is a born performer.

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Best Job Ever: Woman Hugs Baby Pandas and Gets Paid $32,000

I only have one question – where do I sign up?

Mark Andrew



The woman in the video below possibly has the coolest job in the world. What does she do for a living, you ask? Well, she works as a caretaker for baby pandas - and she has to hug them often.

Yes, there is such a job and the footage was taken at the China Giant Panda Protection and Research Center located in Ya’an, Sichuan Province.

According to the reports, the caretaker gets paid 200,000 yuan (or $32,000) per year. Other perks include free meals and accommodation along with SUV use.

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Adorable Moment Tiny Pup Meets A Young Cow For The First Time

Tiny Lana tries to befriend a huge animal – and her reaction is priceless.




Animal friendship stories are full of fun and surprises. Some will make you laugh and others will make you cry. But this story of Lana and a young bull will definitely make you squeal with delight.

Dogs are sociable creatures and Lana, a six-month-old dachshund, is here to prove it. The little pooch is described to be friendly; she’s good with people—strangers and familiar faces—and even other animals. She’s basically good around anything, even with creatures that are way bigger than her, just like this cow.

What's cuter than a dachshund puppy is a playful dachshund puppy befriending a young cow.


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Scientists Shocked to Discover Sharks Living Inside an Active Volcano

Giving new meaning to the term “Shark-cano”…

Dondi Tiples



An expedition team of scientists were examining the active underwater volcano known as Kavachi just off the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific when they discovered something that shocked their socks off.

There are many living wonders in the world existing in the most unlikely of habitats, but what they discovered was something in an unprecedented scope.

Upon lowering a submersible robot equipped with a camera up to a depth of 147 feet to view the insides of the volcano's caldera, footage captured living creatures in an environment where none should exist.

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