Long-billed corellas

Long-billed corellas

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Caption: Pair of long-billed corellas (Cacatua tenuirostris) mating. Also known as slender-billed corella, these cockatoos are native to southeastern Australia. They form monogamous pairs and share parental duties. They make very popular household pets as they are considered the best 'talkers' of the Australian cockatoos. However, feral populations are viewed as agricultural pests as they eat crops and damage power lines.

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