If people had the gift to understand the language of animals, then it would be just wonderful. How many natural and environmental problems would we immediately avoid. But some animals have learned to communicate using sounds, gestures and other signs. There are even parrots that can talk. But you can’t call them full-fledged interlocutors. They are only able to imitate the sounds they hear, including the sounds of the human voice. Parrots can memorize and reproduce words and even whole sentences spoken with them. Therefore, the owners of such birds can learn them a certain set of words and phrases.
These talking parrots have beautiful bright plumage and are generally very attractive in appearance. Their vocal abilities vary depending on the species: some learn faster, others take longer. A Jaco parrot, for example, not only quickly remembers what was said, but also has the ability to very accurately convey the shades of a person’s voice, intonation, timbre. The smaller or older the birds, the more modest their speech abilities.
Thanks to all these characteristics, parrots are willingly started at home. Under natural conditions, they live in the tropical latitudes of South America, Africa, Australia and neighboring islands.