Parrot loses it after seeing turtle's reflection in mirror

makarova Published December 28, 2015 1,089,520 Plays

Rumble / Funny & Cute AnimalsIsn't this a sight to see? We definitely get to see two different types of personalities in this video! This turtle is calmly munching away on his delicious lettuce, and doesn't really care about its reflection in the mirror. It is much more focused on finishing its food. The parrot on the other hand goes nuts when looking at its reflection in the mirror! I think it knows it's a very attractive bird and wants every one to look at him so they know he's beautiful! Don't worry, we are looking, stop going nuts!

The parrot continues to walk back and fourth going ballistic. Someone needs to get it in the model industry, it definitely knows how to strut back and fourth! Do I see the future face for the next big magazine? Probably! The parrot doesn't seem very interested in the food, it just wants to continue checking itself out in the mirror. Maybe it is trying to get the turtles attention, I think it wants to make a new friend! Either way, whatever it is trying to do, this is hilarious!

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19 COMMENTS

  • Pikkukissa, 2 years ago

    It's not a parrot!!!

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    • misscheryl524, 2 years ago

      A Cockatiel is most certainly a Parrot

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      • kev596, 2 years ago

        How come it can't say words then?

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        • TMK12, 2 years ago

          Is that even a serious question?? Parrots aren't born knowing how to say human words, they have to be taught. Cockatiels can learn them just like any other parrot. This one has either never been taught or is simply not saying the ones he knows.

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        • NecrochildK1, 2 years ago

          lol Being able to speak isn't even what classifies a bird as a parrot. It's their diet, structure and the ecosystem it comes from, most easily identified by the shape of it's beak, usually by the shape of it's body and feathers as well.

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  • kellym, 2 years ago

    lol... my big guard dog heard the PARROT making noises..........and got out of bed in other room.. .ran in here worried some little animal was in here... and stared at the computer screen... I had to let him know it was okay... just a little bird... he is on couch still keeping an eye on computer and listening for that little noise.. lol..... funny... usually birds look in mirrors if one is in its usual place to hang out.. wonder why seeing the extra turtle bothered it so much? then runs up to mirror to stare at it... hahaa

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  • tommylee1963, 2 years ago

    That is NOT a parrot

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    • tommylee1963, 2 years ago

      My apologies...it IS a parrot

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      • ChuckT63, 2 years ago

        No it isn't, lol...it IS a male grey cockatiel!

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        • ChuckT63, 2 years ago

          Well a member of the Cockatoo family, so if you call a cockatoo a parrot i guess, but they are all different to me, lol.

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  • suedonim, 2 years ago

    or is it reacting to itself ?

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  • cdngreenwaterdiver, 2 years ago

    cute, i had a cockatiel many years ago, was a nice bird but dang he could bite ;-) enjoyed the vid, check out my channel and subscribe if interested, I subscribed to your channel thanks ,enjoy https://rumble.com/user/cdngreenwaterdiver/

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  • chiefslady66, 2 years ago

    That's a cockatiel and not a parrot...get it right

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    • NecrochildK1, 2 years ago

      XD Cockatiels ARE parrots.

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      • ChuckT63, 2 years ago

        says who? lol

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        • NecrochildK1, 2 years ago

          XD Says it's scientific classification based on it's family and physical traits. They're members of the cockatoo family, also, very obviously, parrots.

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  • ChuckT63, 2 years ago

    Cockatiels are the smallest member of the cockatoo family, Cacatuidae.

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  • Lokilok, 2 years ago

    My cockatiels like to make the same noise over and over, like a song... for 10 minutes straight.

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  • bluedaisy, 2 years ago

    that is not a parrot and he looks more interested in his own reflection than the turtle`s

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