Parrot in Pak attracts visitors with ’sad’ songsSeptember 28th, 2010 - 6:37 pm ICT by ANI
Islamabad, Sept 28 (ANI): A beautiful Australian parrot in Pakistan is said to be attracting many visitors with its beautiful talks and sad songs, which it has been singing ever since its female partner died.
Visitors to the Wildlife Park at Lohi Bher are very much taken up with parrot, which likes to talk mostly to young ladies, The News reported.
The Superintendent of the park, Muhammad Anwaar, said that a serving major, who had bought the parrot and its mate for 300,000 rupees, decided to donate him to the park two years ago after the female died.
He said that the parrot talks and sings sad songs and likes to talk only to young ladies as compared to men in the park.
Wildlife constable Muhammad Nasir said that the parrot sings sad songs in memory of its ‘deceased wife’. (ANI)
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