african grey parrot talks African Grey Acting Like a Baby10/09/201919Comments by Walter Weston Smokey, my African Grey loves lying on her back like a baby while getting head rubs. Walter Weston 19 replies to "African Grey Acting Like a Baby" Beverly Rhame 10/09/2019 Truly amazing As I always say they’re just like us as the Bible says Adam only had animals for company before Eve so it does seem that mankind got their behavior from animals because our behavior and theirs is not really different Very eye opening everything that has life responds to love even a plant Clyce Elaine 10/09/2019 AI THING MORE BEAUTIFUL. Juan Carlos Velasquez 10/09/2019 Cuando brindas amor,el amor regresa y triple. Pharoah Monk 10/09/2019 Believe I saw her ancestor on the wall of a pyramid in Giza… Grace su 10/09/2019 please teach it to talk and singing CBDMiracles 10/09/2019 nice video but the background music is far from in the "background".. Theodore Freeman 10/09/2019 Did you get the bird when he or she was still very young shortly after he lost the fluff. Mick Thornley 10/09/2019 It’s so cool how you do what you do by keeping it from its natural habitat 😏 maybe someone should keep you away from what you like doing on a daily bases… Lisa Abbwtt 10/09/2019 But she is still a baby. Just because you're adult, her lifespan is longer, unless you keep yourself in good nick. Direct Pressure 10/09/2019 I'm starting to feel sleepy. killzone12 10/09/2019 Your bird is spoiled 👍 A Diamond 10/09/2019 Such a happy bird <3 Zee 10/09/2019 you look like David Choi! caroline rousseau 10/09/2019 i think I'd take a little more music in this video… Marren Pink 10/09/2019 😄😄😄😍😍😮 Attention Deficit Squirrel 10/09/2019 WHOA! They rival dolphins and chimpanzees in terms of intelligence? What about squirrels man? Squirrels can problem solve. Gary York 10/09/2019 I don't need a pet that can outlive me. Time for Tinybird and Friends 10/09/2019 Such a beautiful and trusting bird. Please heed all the written advice. Learn from their body language. Time, time, and more time to give to your feathered friend. TrueLies 10/09/2019 65 years?!?!?! Who else had no idea? Comments are closed.