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How long can a parrot live?

    Parrots have a long lifespan compared to many other bird species. On average, the lifespan of a parrot can range from 20 to 80 years, depending on the species. Some larger parrot species, such as the Macaws and Cockatoos, can live for more than 50 years, with some individuals even reaching 80 years or more. Smaller parrot species, like the Budgerigars and Lovebirds, usually have a shorter lifespan of around 10 to 20 years.

    The actual lifespan of a parrot is influenced by several factors, including genetics, diet, environment, and veterinary care. Parrots that are provided with a balanced diet, plenty of mental stimulation, and proper healthcare are more likely to live longer. Additionally, the socialization and mental well-being of the parrot also play a crucial role in their overall health and lifespan. Proper housing, exercise, and social interaction are essential for parrots to thrive and potentially live longer.

    It is important for parrot owners to be aware of the potential commitment and responsibility involved in caring for a parrot, as they can live for several decades.

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