r/nextfuckinglevel 7d ago

This guy saved the life of a parrot who’s mother passed away and took care of it

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u/MrMan306 MOD IN TRAINING 6d ago edited 6d ago

This is just a reminder to stay civil and not be racist in the comments. The country they live in doesn't necessarily reflect on them or their good deed. Just don't be racist, bans may be handed out if you are.

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u/mouchybaby 7d ago

I’m not going to lie. When I saw it In the bowl I thought my man was gonna eat it

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u/E1CH3 7d ago

Parrots are friends not snacks!

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u/maruseyes 7d ago

Observe

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u/AnusDrill 6d ago

Adapt

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u/MousseConscious 6d ago

Improvise

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u/desmondlc2 6d ago

Over cum

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u/MousseConscious 6d ago

Gotta have a parrot a day to keep the sickness away.

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u/razypizza 6d ago

Don’t

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u/Jkal91 6d ago

Yeah, a pangolin is way better.

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u/hifalu10 7d ago

In America we give animals away as prizes at the fair. No instructions for proper care — just a plastic bag and a fish or a turtle.

Not sure what you’re getting at here.

Replying to that other fucking ridiculous comment that said “fuck China” and linked to this video: here, and no it’s not wholesome

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u/Funkyanon123 6d ago

A heartwarming story of a human saving a baby bird turned into a fuckfest discussion. Chinese in China don't give a fuck about Americans. It's us Chinese Americans here are scared of you Americans.

Anti Asian crimes are all time high. And I wonder why?

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u/fivestarreviewreddit 6d ago

I'm Chinese Canadian.

And I'd like to say it's as bad in Canada (yes, in CANADA).

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u/jnaneek 6d ago

As a fellow Canadian this makes me sad to hear. What would you say has made it worse? And is it more people acting poorly towards you, or a few people who are speaking up? I’m sorry you’re being treated like this in our country.

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u/fivestarreviewreddit 6d ago

The same things that the yanks are calling us, the Canadians are doing the same.

Had some guy in my school discord server talk about the head tax.

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u/Fapist89 6d ago

Fuck the CCP, not "fuck China"

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u/SnooBunnies6864 6d ago

There we go, thank you.

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u/scarberia123 6d ago edited 6d ago

Reddit: we hate the government not the people

Also Reddit in literally any post involving Chinese people: see above

Also Reddit: we are so shocked that there’s racist attacks against asians what’s causing it?

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u/Bashingman 6d ago

Best part is this is literally a video about a guy saving a parrot with the Chinese flag displayed for a total of 5 seconds

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u/Forsaken_Jelly 6d ago

It's actually really weird. I mean a post about the CCP or something bad they're doing, I get it.

But any post containing a regular Chinese person doing something good it just makes the commenters look like racists not worth paying attention to.

Even weirder is they're almost always American, and they always have to go back to the massacre in '89. As if that's actually relevant anymore. Seriously? Should we just always bring up Vietnam every time an American posts something? It's crazy. Pretty bad attempt to amplify China hate by instead making themselves look like unnecessarily angry people.

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u/blargfargr 6d ago

and on top of those political attacks, they insinuate the parrot will be abused or eaten because they saw a chinese flag in the video

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u/TotakekeSlider 6d ago

As soon as I saw the flag I opened the comments to see how far down I would have to scroll to see negative comments about China or Chinese people, and surprise, surprise, Reddit does not disappoint.

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u/smackmyditchup 6d ago

China bad, upcunts please

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u/supersloth08 6d ago

I mean, it’s better than the keychains. My older sister won a beta fish at the local carnival like three summers ago and that little thing died like 3 weeks ago.

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u/Wrong-Juice-1082 6d ago

Betta fish (splendens, species sold in pet stores) have an average lifespan of 5-7 years, goldfish (common breed, type at fairs, not any of the fancy/double tail breeds like Ryukin, clown pearlscale, etc) have an average lifespan of 15-20 years and an average adult size (which they reach at 2 years of age) of 10-12 inches.

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u/TAB20201 6d ago

True like, worked in the US with animals and was appalled with the Animal Welfare in the US

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u/Valentcat 6d ago

All humans are trash. It’s up to people who realize that we all suck to stand against cruelty (to animals and vulnerable people).

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u/KairyuSmartie 6d ago

yeah fuck China, how dare they not comply with our idea of what are food animals and non-food animals

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u/potatooBros 7d ago

So what? Being in China doesn't necessarily mean that people are completely inhumane with 0 empathy

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u/Puneet0318 7d ago

It’s mostly their government who’s a complete shell of a human

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u/scotian-surfer 7d ago

Is that a parrot though?

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u/Bollock_chops 7d ago edited 6d ago

It's a Budgie

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u/dylanus93 6d ago

Which are a type of parrot.

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u/Eternal-Arc 6d ago

Their name comes from Australian native word for “snack” so these parrots are basically called Snacks. You want some Snacks?

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u/Sunday_streetSweeper 6d ago

It's a parakeet

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u/SaturdaySundaez 6d ago

Yes it is I have 2 parakeets myself.

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u/WhiskeyOfLife 6d ago

No, Parrots live on Froot Loops, everybody knows that.

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u/chestofcourage102890 6d ago

I think you are thinking about Toucans

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u/SAT0SHl 7d ago

Beyond Parrot, i think this might be the next big thing.

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u/Mdizzle29 7d ago

Explain Froot Loops and Toucan Sam then

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u/Tazlima 7d ago

I thought he was going to put one bowl above the other and use the ambient heat to warm the chick.

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u/fatimang 6d ago

This guy parrots

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u/CyberHumanism 6d ago

Everyone in this comment thread being racist cause they're chinese 😬

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u/mouchybaby 7d ago

I’m of course so glad he didn’t

Adorable

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u/CriticalWindow5 7d ago

it legit looked like he was going to with him pouring the teapot

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u/Mol-D-Roger 7d ago

Reminded me of rat chef

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u/ugonlern2day 7d ago

Looked like he had it in oatmeal

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u/Redit_User_1918 6d ago

You’ve seen too much Reddit my friend if that’s your first thought

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u/Dogsdontknowimnot 7d ago

Caring for a bird that age regardless of species is serious, tedious, delicate work regardless of the species. Caring for a small songbird at that age is nearly impossible without a professional on hand. Most commonly, inexperienced people overestimate the amount of food a bird can handle and will drown the bird in food literally. (Experience w/ hand feeling pet birds and volunteering at a wildlife hospital)

I'm happy this worked out, for the bird and human.

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u/AccessConfirmed 7d ago

What is the formula being fed to the bird?

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u/Dogsdontknowimnot 7d ago

They use different feed for different species due to different diets (carnivore, frugivore, uhhhhh the seed eating ones--how is that the word i don't know?). Since that is a parakeet (budgerigar), you could use commonly available parrot formula, (I found it at both pet chains on my area) though there is probably something more species appropriate.

It's cool he was able to reasonably ID the bird at that age if he didn't see the parents. That's pretty difficult, i am by no means an expert. Though for a bird that small, we would use a tiny paint brush to feed them.

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u/antipho 7d ago

granivorous

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u/Dogsdontknowimnot 7d ago

I feel like a derp.

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u/HappyTiger_ 6d ago

I didn’t even know of the word frugivore till you introduced me so you’ve got that going !

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u/Quelcris_Falconer13 7d ago

User name checks out...

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u/makos124 7d ago

Alternatively, nut-gobblers.

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u/jiffwaterhaus 7d ago

I know several chicks like that

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u/WompaPenith 6d ago

I learned like 3 new words from reading this comment

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u/Dogsdontknowimnot 7d ago

Ugh, of course that would be it.

Thanks!

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u/pazareth 6d ago

That's what I was thinking... For a parrot it sure looks like a budgie

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u/Assorted_Bits 6d ago

Budgies/parakeets are parrots, one of the 387 species of parrots which are still around. ;-)

But yeah, usually think of macaws as parrots.

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u/dmk510 6d ago

Also, sometimes you do everything right and they just fail to thrive.

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u/Dogsdontknowimnot 6d ago edited 6d ago

Underrated comment. You're absolutely correct, i should have mentioned that.

Even with professionals it's common to take guilt for "failing" to save a bird.

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u/showerthoughtspete 6d ago

It's important to remember that the genes sometimes are just unfortunate, the same way most attempted human conceptions naturally miscarry at no fault of the parents. That isn't even counting the failed implants of fertilized eggs. It's the same with the other animals, especially if the bird parents abandoned the bird instead of dying.

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u/HoldMyThrowawaysWife 6d ago

Yes. Take the bird to a wildlife Sanctuary. I know it sounds exciting and seems like a lot of fun to be able to do this. But it almost never works out without the proper equipment and knowledge of a vet. And the longer you wait to get the animal help the less likely it is to survive

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u/phlux 6d ago

I did this recently... A pigeon was injured in Seattle - and my friend rescued it. So she said "we have to take him to this sanctuary...

I said OK lets go - so we hopped in the car.

What she didnt tell me was the santuary was TWO HOURS drive from her house...

So we took this injured pigeon and drove him two hours one way to the sanctuary. They healed him - We named him 'Pete' the Pigeon.

It felt good.

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u/puddlejumpers 7d ago

Was lucky enough to do this with a squirrel. My aunt had 50+ acres of land to release him on. I hope he did okay out there.

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u/yuvan_agrawal 7d ago

Wow thats amazing

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u/puddlejumpers 7d ago

My mom used to set up at craft shows. This was a summer one, so it was outside. A baby fell out of its nest onto the sidewalk and someone accidentally stepped on it. She put it next to the tree to die in peace, but as she was packing up at the end of the day, she went to check on it, and it was still alive. She brought it home and we made it a box with a hot water bottle and plenty of soft rags. Called a 24 hr emergency clinic and they said to give it sugar water with a little salt in an eye dropper. It survived the night and slowly got stronger. Eventually we got it on a diet of I can't remember what, and kept him for about 6 months before we released him. My aunt had plenty of bird feeders and stuff, so I'd like to think that even though he wasn't trained to forage like a wild squirrel, he still survived.

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u/thunbergfangirl 6d ago

I know a lady who raised a baby squirrel and when she tried to release it it wouldn’t leave. She kept that squirrel for many years and it lived a full long life as her indoor pet. She tells me it was very snuggly.

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u/puddlejumpers 6d ago

Oh, mine loved to curl up on my shoulder and bury it's face in the crook of my neck.

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u/a-plan-so-cunning 7d ago

You nursed a parrot back to health with a squirrel?

I can’t imagine the squirrel contributed much.

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u/Kyozou66 7d ago

Are you trying to say squirrels are some kind of useless freeloaders? I'll have you know we- they are very hard workers and could easily help nurse a baby bird back to health! I know- ahem sorry, they would know where to find the best acorns for the little bird.

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u/brassidas 6d ago

They're learning human language. The squirrels are evolving!

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u/BurrSugar 7d ago

We did this with a squirrel, too!

We kept her inside for about a year before we released her. She came back one time, and snuggled with us on our porch, but never again.

I hope she did okay, too.

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u/NeedleInArm 6d ago

That makes me happy/sad. Maybe She came back for closure and to thank you before she went on her own life journey.

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u/lilbunnfoofoo 6d ago

I had a few young squirrels, my dad was an animal man and would bring home all sorts of animals he got out of people's homes. Ww also had 2 baby opossums who were the cutest things, until they weren't. We had a couple bats that didn't leave from under the porch for a few days, and even got an absolutely gorgeous great dane once (on the way home from school that day my dad told us it was a horse, took us a moment to realize he had lied). Sorry for highjacking your comment, I just miss my dad and always thought I would go into business with him.

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u/explainit4me 7d ago edited 6d ago

That's a Budgerigar. Edit : I misspelled the name. Fixed.

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u/artsamiahn 7d ago

Interesting. I think OP meant to say parakeet. That's a more generic term for that family of birds.

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u/SharkasticShark 6d ago

Parakeet is more of a species classification name generally referring to smaller parrot species. For example monk Parakeets (aka quaker parrot) green parakeet, rose ringed parakeet(ringneck) ect. In Australia where they are native to I've never heard or seen them referred to as anything but budgie so it may vary from countryto country.

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u/WhipWing 6d ago

Tis a budgie in Ireland too.

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u/Lit-Z 6d ago

Parakeets are parrots

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u/gariant 6d ago

Parrotkeet to split the difference.

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u/Rahbek23 6d ago

He might not be American, as that word is mostly used in the US.

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u/kendoka69 7d ago

I was gonna say. Surprised this comment is so far down the comments.

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u/LittleSadRufus 6d ago

I spent ages watching and waiting for it to grow up into a parrot.

It did not.

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u/TeraMeltBananallero 6d ago

Budgies are parrots

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u/LittleSadRufus 6d ago

Parrot family sure, but if someone says "I've got a parrot" one does not think then mean a budgie.

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u/DarthTheRaider 6d ago

My friend had a budgie that turned 25. Turns out it was actually 4 identical budgies bought back to back. They do die a lot.

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u/FamIDK1615 6d ago

Because people don't know how to take care of them. I had one that lived for 15yrs. Shitty diet is why they die young

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u/hahaLONGBOYE 6d ago

Yeah I was gunna say ours lived a long time...we had like 10 of them at least and 90% of them I remember having from first grade to high school.

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u/todp 6d ago

Ribaldo sitting right next to me here is 7 and has no plans to kick the bucket. https://imgur.com/L8KJTZK.jpg

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u/Gondorislost03 7d ago

Still a kind of parrot tho...

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u/explainit4me 7d ago

True.
My point was to try and be more helpful to those who may be interested to learn more about this particular type of 'parrot'.
Also, we can always call a lion a cat but why not be more accurate when you know the difference.

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u/Avohaj 6d ago

Here's the thing. You said a "budgeriger is a parrot."

Is it in the same family? Yes. No one's arguing that.

As someone who is a scientist who studies parrots, I am telling you, specifically, in science, no one calls budgies parrots. If you want to be "specific" like you said, then you shouldn't either. They're not the same thing.

If you're saying "parrot family" you're referring to the taxonomic grouping of Psittaciformes, which includes things from lories to cockatiels to ara.

So your reasoning for calling a budgie a parrot is because random people "call the colorful ones parrots?" Let's get toucans and flamingos in there, then, too.

Also, calling someone a human or an ape? It's not one or the other, that's not how taxonomy works. They're both. A budgie is a budgie and a member of the parrot family. But that's not what you said. You said a budgeriger is a parrot, which is not true unless you're okay with calling all members of the parrot family parrots, which means you'd call cockatiels, lories, and other birds parrots, too. Which you said you don't.

It's okay to just admit you're wrong, you know?

I know it doesn't fit perfectly. Don't yell at me Unidan-alts. I'm not actually a bird lawyer.

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u/mufflonicus 6d ago

Technically they are all dinosaurs anyhow. I always hoped that my budgie would grow to the size of a T-Rex. I think it would’ve made him happy. Sadly, he did not. He was fairly happy anyway

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u/Giiiiiirl_Please 7d ago

"You can easily judge the character of a man by how he treats those who can do nothing for him.”—Malcolm S. Forbes. 

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u/brassidas 6d ago

I love this. What a great quote!

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u/MangoMasterr 6d ago

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u/Cokerez 7d ago

The amount of anti-China people here is surreal

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u/BigDaddyFatStackss 6d ago

It’s idiots that can’t see the clear difference between the Chinese government and a man nursing this bird. Embarrassing stuff.

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u/Warmbly85 6d ago

I think it’s peoples inability to separate those in China engaged in the illegal animal trade and the majority of law abiding citizens. It’s not the government that’s buying all of the pangolin scales. Making this a much more delicate situation then just government bad because it’s actually some of the people.

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u/BigDaddyFatStackss 6d ago

Ok so you’re saying we should judge this man based solely on other Chinese people that are immoral? Do you not see what that is? Sorry not you in particular just the idiots.

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u/awfullotofocelots 6d ago

Judging a random uploaded for showing their China flag in the background just because “some Chinese people perpetuate bad China things,” is the equivalent of people immediately judging Americans who are patriotic due to the portion of American citizens that are demonstrably patriarchal, racist, and destroy our planet and/or ruthlessly exploit lower class workers both at home and abroad.

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u/buster_de_beer 6d ago

I didn't even notice the Chinese flag until I read the comments. I had to go back and watch the video again for that. But even if you noticed the flag, what does that have to do with the bird? Birds aren't political.

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u/Q8DD33C7J8 7d ago

I was worried he was going to hurt the baby at the beginning

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u/Q8DD33C7J8 7d ago

I'm glad. He was a good daddy

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u/yuvan_agrawal 7d ago

Turned out well in the end :)

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u/Kakafaceee 6d ago

As a person of Chinese descent, it makes me a little sad to see all these comments either saying "I thought he was gonna eat him because I saw the flag" or questioning the motives of the person in the video.

Yes, maybe the man isn't a good person. Maybe he is. Does it make it less likely he is a good man because he is Chinese?

Regardless, really cute video.

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u/FreddyMercurysGhost 6d ago

I didn't even notice the flag. I just thought the bird was sitting in some oatmeal and then I saw a kettle come out and I was frightened. Very happy to see the boiling water was for the baby bird food!

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u/Musiclovinfox 7d ago

I’m glad it turned out well but oh my gosh that poor birb was so pitiful and sad in the beginning. :( Broke my heart.

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u/Mightchat 6d ago

it looked so fragile, I honestly wouldn't have known what to do

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u/WhenTheRoadDarkens 7d ago

Funny how halfway through the video it went from looking like a creepy trambling dino to a beautiful fluffy birb =]

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u/Stereopathetic_boyo 6d ago edited 6d ago

Holy fuck this comment section did NOT pass the vibe check

Edit: wow, thanks to the mods for responding to the situation 5 HOURS IN.

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u/paradisaea_apoda 6d ago

Regarding why you see a flag in the background and may find it out of place or annoying:

Recently a lot of the videos posted on Chinese websites are moved to YouTube without the owners’ consent. These people who uploaded the videos on YouTube change the Chinese subtitles and stuff into their countries’ languages and claim that the videos were made in their country. As most Chinese don’t have access to platforms such as YouTube they can’t actually do anything to protect their copyright. Eventually some decided that they’ll put a flag or anything that represent their nationality, and can’t be removed easily from the video, to protect their original work. This is the sole reason why they’re putting the flag in and I get how it might make the video appear to be not as appealing, but tbh, the flag has nothing to do with propaganda or whatever.

Source: I’m a Chinese

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u/yuvan_agrawal 6d ago

Oh nice

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u/FreyjaPlaysRust 7d ago

Absolutely amazing. Anyone would have figured it wouldn't have made it with how young it was. Life finds a way.

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u/NevideblaJu4n 6d ago

Comment section:

99% Casual racism

1% Correcting that this isn't a parrot

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u/yuvan_agrawal 6d ago

It do be like that

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u/i_just_sub 6d ago

Such a cute little bird. I don't get why people are upset about the Chinese flag. Hate the Chinese government, not the people who live under them. I have an American flag, and I would probably have a Chinese one if I lived over there. People are weird.

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u/LittleBlueBird_Bobbi 7d ago

So much r/humansbeingbros ! Was it crushed seed with water he was initially eating? (Asking for a friend)

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u/Ornithologist_MD 7d ago

They sell parrot formula powder at pet stores. Mix with water per instructions on package.

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u/Relative-Emotion-482 7d ago

Oh wow! you're such a good man. Thank you so much for taking care of that parrot

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u/darkblue8b1950 7d ago

Seriously curious will the birb consider the human as mother now??

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u/prissypoo22 6d ago

I've raised 2 birds like this. One sparrow and one lovebird.

Whenever they would see me they would squawk for me like they would for their mother and when they grew up, they were super attached to me so I would say, yes they do think you are their mother

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u/CrazyBlueTiger 7d ago

This parrot looks a lot like my late cockatiel, I miss her soooo much.
RIP Chicky, I'll remember you always

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u/migsmcgee2019 7d ago

Was going to recommend a baby spoon for next time but that beaks tuff!

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u/BestIsPewds 7d ago

When he suddenly started using a bowl I got startled

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u/ulfrgorn 7d ago edited 7d ago

Looks like a parakeet.

Edit: this was a reply to another person. My mistake.

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u/LoneKharnivore 7d ago

*whose

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u/yuvan_agrawal 7d ago

Sorry for that

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u/dfn85 6d ago

Here’s a tip. Who’s = who is. Same with it’s. Most English words need a possessive ‘s, but for some reason not it or who. Stupid language.

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u/bjanas 7d ago

Congratulations you now have a friend for a few decades.

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u/cold-sweats 6d ago

Wait why do the second to last bird and the last bird look like two different species? Look at the size of their feet for comparison. so might be wrong but idk

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u/HeroinTheMusical 6d ago

Because they are different species. Their beaks are totally different too

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u/hockeystew 6d ago

Right. I thought I was seeing things.

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u/SeptemberEnded 7d ago

This doesn’t even resemble the same type of bird. Look at it’s talons between the last clip and next to last clip. Why would a birds feet shrink?

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u/Aroumia 7d ago

at 2m00 I really thought it suddenly was another bird.

The baby really looks like a parrot, the giant beak and suddenly it's a different bird.

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u/Ejunco 6d ago

Me watching Cute video of parrot being saved

Some redditors: wHy is TheRe cHinA FlAg

I bet y’all don’t say shit when it’s a US flag

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u/l_ioana_ 7d ago

Doing God's work

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u/will477 7d ago

That was very cool. Thank you for sharing that.

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u/LukeLJS123 7d ago

it amazes me how birds can go from looking like crackheads to a beautiful creature in a matter of weeks

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u/WillyTrickster 7d ago

Source pleaseee

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u/puttbuddy 7d ago

I am likely very under educated about birds, but that looks like it's a parrot(MaCaw type bird) as it's growing up, and then all of a sudden it looks like what I would call a Canary? I'm thinking he ate the thing once it got a lil meaty. And pulled a switcheroo

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u/moltinglarvae 6d ago

I was hoping to see it on a pirates shoulder at the end...

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u/No-Suit5839 7d ago

such a caring man

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u/Avihay 7d ago

happy lil' birb

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u/LinkTheFoxy 7d ago

That’s not a parrot, that’s a parakeet, parrots are bigger and mimic speech, these guys just screech and attack you if you get them angry.

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u/Pipi-Land 6d ago

They are still parrots

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u/LinkTheFoxy 6d ago edited 6d ago

oof I had to google it, you’re right, they’re the same species but they just don’t talk, I genuinely thought parakeets and parrots were different species, parakeet is just a subspecies of parrot

Edit: It basically took me almost 20 years to learn parakeets and macaws were the same species

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u/juni3434 6d ago

That’s not even the same bird at the end! The first was a baby parrot and the bird at the end is a parakeet

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u/Nerdy_McFlirty 6d ago

The progression of this bird's eating:

"num num num num num..."

"NUM NUM NUM NUM NUM!"

OMNUM-NUM-NUM-NUM-BLAGH-BLAGH!

drowns in happiness...

"oh, seed. i do love a healthy, balanced meal." Peck-peck