Forget "ringing" like a cell phone — this bird has even more amazing things come out of his mouth. When the African grey parrot was found and rescued two weeks ago in Nagareyama, Japan, the officials promptly brought him into the police station and were about to start the interrogation process. Turns out this bird was just not talking . . . hey, maybe he was waiting for his lawyer! What happened next? Find out when you read more.
After leaving the parrot in this
cell cage for a night, they transferred it to a nearby vet hospital hoping they could care for the bird and begin searching for clues about his family. Suddenly the parrot became a regular chatterbox, telling the veterinarian "I'm Mr. Yosuke Nakamura," and provided his full home address — even street number! — and sang songs to entertain the hospital staff. In a totally happy ending, the address checked out, and the wordy birdy was returned to the Nakamuras! The family began teaching Yosuke his name and address about two years ago — makes a lot of sense when birds don't often have ID tags or microchips standardly embedded!