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And Then There Was the Death Metal Parrot [VIDEO]

When I first saw this video a couple of years ago, it was something I could watch over and over. It’s not a new clip, and there’s a good chance you’ve seen it before, but it’s always worth watching again. The bird in question is head banging like an expert, yet it’s unclear if the bird is actually reacting to music or if the music has been added in later. Either way, it’s fun to watch and will most likely having you say the one word that’s on everyone’s mind… “wow.” Now the question is which bird is more awesome – this one, or the parrot who sing’s Drowning Pool’s “Bodies.”

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