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The parrot dances in time for Rick Ross in a viral hilarious video

Dancing in time to music is hard for even some humans to fathom, but this parrot is more than capable of impressing Rick Ross.

Reddit user “Nachoswithsteeze” garnered over 61,000 votes in less than a day with a video of his sister’s parrot dancing alongside High Definition by Rick Ross.

Redditer was checking out his sister’s sun conure parrot while she was away, and decided to send the hilarious video.

“I asked the sister if I could check on her bird while she was out of town. I told her the neighbors were complaining about the loud music and they sent her this,” he captioned the clip as it was posted on the popular Subreddit “aww” — the home of anything cute on the internet.

In the video, the parrot sits on the leg of the owner’s sister, and Rick Ross plays in the background. The parrot enjoys it just as much as any good fan of Brick Ross, bouncing its head in tune and even chirping every now and then.

The reddit The user described the parrot as a “very cute and smart little guy,” but said he’s “as loud as a little guy, especially when my sister isn’t around.”

“It’s great to visit and friendly when my sister is around, but I definitely wouldn’t want to own one,” he added.

This particular parrot may have some impressive moves, but it certainly isn’t the only music-loving bird. In fact, research shows that parrots love music and are thought to be the only animal other than humans, and possibly elephants, that moves in sync with the rhythms.

Dr. Anirudh Patel and his team at the Institute of Neurosciences in San Diego confirmed in 2009 that parrots really do dance to the beat of music of their own volition, just like humans.

The team studied another popular internet dancer’s parrot, Snowball, who found fame on YouTube for dancing the Backstreet Boys in 2007. They found that Snowball not only moved to a beat, but actually adjusted to a new beat when the music changed.

University of Lincoln researchers found that parrots not only enjoy music, but also have personal preferences for species and songs.

They studied two African gray parrots and found that they react either positively or negatively to the different species by bobbing their heads and legs or feeling malicious. One liked soft music, the other liked modern pop, but both hated electronic dance music.

As part of the study, they left touch triggers in cages of two birds, which allowed them to play and pause two songs at their leisure.

Both parrots chose to play music more often, and even found their music their favourite, with one favoring the Scissor Sisters song “I Don’t Feel like Dancing” and the other favoring Vangelis’ “La Petite Fille de la Mer”.

Parrot stock photo. University of Lincoln researchers found that parrots not only enjoy music, but also have personal preferences for species and songs.
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