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Abnormal behaviour of birds in captivity

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Abnormal behaviour of birds in captivity From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ads not by this site A pet Congo African Grey Parrot displaying signs of extensive feather-plucking. [ edit ] Abnormal behaviour (birds) When housed under captive or commercial conditions, birds often show a range of
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Unformatted text preview: abnormal behaviours . These are often self-injurious or harmful to other individuals, and include: Feather pecking Cannibalism Vent pecking Toe pecking Feather plucking Stereotypies Polydipsia Sham or "vacuum" dustbathing...
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