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Kakapo - Strigops Habroptilus, from: New Zealand

the kakapo (strigops habroptila) is a flightless nocturnal parrot that lives in new zealand. today, however, there are only 126 kakapos left in the wild and each are named.

You guys raised $3000 for this silly green parrot. - Album on Imgur

You guys raised $3000 for this silly green parrot.

The rare Kakapo bird, not only is it cute, it's the longest lived bird in the world.  Some can live up to 120 years #Interesting

Saving a crushed egg with tape and glue: Why you should care about the kakapo

The latin name of the kakapo (Strigops habroptilus) translates roughly to owl-face soft-feather. - Look at that Face!

The kakapo parrot is back from the brink of extinction, and it wants to have sex with your head. Grist

Loud, grumpy parrot is back from the brink of extinction, and it wants to have sex with your head

Best kakapo headline ever: "Loud, grumpy parrot is back from the brink of extinction, and it wants to have sex with your head.

Up close and personal with a kakapo during their recent transmitter changes... via Kakapo Recovery

Up close and personal with a kakapo during their recent transmitter changes. via Kakapo Recovery

The kakapo is one of the most unique birds you will ever see and it is the only parrot incapable of flight. Found in New Zealand it only comes in one color, yellow green, and it even has whiskers under its beak. The 126 remaining birds are extremely endangered

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