Meet Oscar the Naked Cockatoo

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Birds of a feather flock together, which may explain why Oscar flies solo.

The plucky — and plucked — cockatoo beat the odds to survive a beak and feather disease. She was only given six months to live. That was 13 years ago…

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Snowball, the Dancing Cockatoo

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You may have seen one of Snowball’s YouTube videos, or seen the sulpher-crested cockatoo on the David Letterman show. He’s made a hit on all the talk shows, and he’s even made a television commercial for a European bottled water.

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