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Amazona

a large genus of gaudy parrots in the family Psittacidae.

Amazona farina
the best known of the very large number of species of this parrot genus.
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Abstract: Meloxicam has been shown to have a safe and favorable pharmacodynamic profile with individual variability in Hispaniolan Amazon parrots (Amazona ventralis).
Chester Zoo experts have discovered that only about 600 Ecuador Amazon parrots remain in the wild
Key words: mucoepidermoid carcinoma, neoplasia, avian, psittacine bird, orange-winged Amazon parrot.
Abstract: A 7-year-old male Amazon parrot housed outdoors presented with acute collapse, marked lethargy, and open-mouth breathing.
The mystery comes just months after a large Amazon parrot was found in sub-zero temperatures in a tree on the hospital grounds, in Dudley Road, Winson Green.
The Amazon parrot, who can speak Bengali and English, went missing from his home in Riverside on January 16.
Goldie, a bright green Amazon parrot with a yellow head, disappeared from his home in Wood End on Friday.
QI HAVE a nine-month-old Amazon parrot that smells, despite cleaning out the cage regularly and giving him a shower from time to time.
For example, our clinic identified and reported a low pathogenic H5N2 in an Amazon parrot that had not been identified in the US previously.
STAFF at a Birmingham Hospital were in a flap when a large Amazon parrot was found in sub-zero temperatures in the hospital grounds.
Jasper the Amazon parrot has not been seen since he was let out for his weekly fly-about in his owner's garden in Neville Street, Riverside, Cardiff, last Thursday.
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