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Parrot Sings Seven Songs at Disney World

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Uploaded on Aug 3, 2009

Disney's Animal Kingdom's Flights of Wonder continues to amaze guests of all ages. Especially when it comes to one particular star, Groucho, the singing parrot.

Several years ago, he was named the World's Best Singing Parrot on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Today he is still one in a million, able to sing seven full songs which include: "How Much is that Doggy in the Window?", "Camptown Races", "Yankee Doodle Dandy", "Alouetta" and "Jingle Bells".

Hatched in 1986 in Kalamazoo, Michigan and raised by Theresa Barylock, Groucho's ability to articulate will simply amaze you. The animal care staff would like for us to warn you that owning a parrot does not guarantee that you will end up with a singing sensation like Groucho. For the most part, parrots chew, bite and squawk loudly. So, instead of trying to train one, your best bet is to visit or become a fan of Groucho.

Between his many words and phrases such as "Look ma! No hands!" you will have plenty to tell your friends about your encounter with this extraordinary bird on your visit to Walt Disney World.

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