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Did you know?

The Citron Cockatoo is few and far between here at FEBS, and unfortunately they are in the

wild as well. A few years ago, their numbers in the wild were at 2,000–3,000. Now it is estimated there are around 500 left. One of the main reasons these beautiful creatures are loosing their homes is illegal trapping for the pet trade. Although laws are in place to help protect them, they still aren’t immune to the ghastly actions of humans.

Take a tour with us to learn more about why we should preserve the habitat these parrots live in and keep them in the wild:

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