The Kea


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(Nestor notabilis)


A large species of parrot (family Strigopidae) found in forested and alpine regions of the Island of New Zealand. It is mostly olive-green and has a large narrow curved grey-brown upper beak. The Kea is one of the few alpine parrots in the world. Its omnivorous diet includes carrion but consists mainly of roots, leaves, berries, nectar and insects.

The Kea was once killed for bounty as it preyed on livestock, especially sheep. It only received full protection in 1986.

Kea are known for their intelligence and curiosity, both vital to their survival in a harsh mountain environment.

Kea can solve logical puzzles, such as pushing and pulling things in a certain order to get to food, and will work together to achieve a certain objective.


 David Attenborough explains it better:



(Traductor emmettis notabilis)

A species of the linguistic family (Lingua traductata), found on the global internet, although residing in Vigo, northwest Spain, known for his silver tongue, the species is an excellent communicator between different species.


The emmettis notabilis is a professional translator migrated from England to Spain, visiting countries such as the Falkland Islands, Norway, Germany, Switzerland, Scotland and England, among others. The species feeds off others' words.

A highly sought after and even hunted species, it is known for its knowledge of three languages - English, Galician and Spanish - and for its curiosity, so that it can often be found immersed in sources of information such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, internet, etc. to improve communications. The species can solve puzzles and work as a team to achieve a certain objective.





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