While many people simply assume that parrots are smart because they can mimic human language, the reality is that most parrots are far from intelligent creatures.
The stray bird came into the care of the National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) charity in the United Kingdom in late 2017 and soon showed off his love of swear words.
It was then, sanctuary worker Marion Wischnewski volunteered to foster him and took him to her home in Oxfordshire.
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Rocco earlier lived in the National Animal Welfare Trust sanctuary in Berkshire, reports the BBC. After she found out that Rocco is getting mischievous again, she had to constantly check if the parrot has ordered anything. "Often I come in and there's music playing". However, Rocco failed to stay out of trouble for long and this time he had help from his "friend" Alexa. Rocco even tried to order a few items from Amazon, but the owner wisely had set up controls to prevent unauthorized purchases.
Wischnewski added that this is not the first time Rocco has done something like this.