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Old 04-29-2019, 08:57 PM
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Every time I look at these pictures I see a dinosaur, I think because her mouth is open she's a messy eater, that's quinoa on her beak in the first picture.




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Old 04-29-2019, 09:47 PM
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Budgies really do look like little dinosaurs. To me, it looks like your girl is smiling. Her eyes are so expressive. She’s gorgeous.


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Old 04-30-2019, 07:46 AM
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Dinosaur for sure! lol.

My husband has claimed one of my EB babies for himself, and he's trying to teach him to say "I'm a fluffy dinosaur". and "Help, I'm trapped in a bird!".
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Budgies really do look like little dinosaurs. To me, it looks like your girl is smiling. Her eyes are so expressive. She’s gorgeous.


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She has quite the attitude also, she is very bossy.


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Dinosaur for sure! lol.

My husband has claimed one of my EB babies for himself, and he's trying to teach him to say "I'm a fluffy dinosaur". and "Help, I'm trapped in a bird!".
I love that, especially, " Help, I'm trapped in a bird!"
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Great dinosaur (I mean budgie) pictures!
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Hahahahah she's adorable!

I mean, birds are technically reptiles. Despite being class "Aves", that's really a subcategory of "Reptilia" because modern birds and reptiles both diverged from the dinosaurs.
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I mean, birds are technically reptiles. Despite being class "Aves", that's really a subcategory of "Reptilia" because modern birds and reptiles both diverged from the dinosaurs.
If I could time travel The Mesozoic Era would be high on the list.
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Here is my Oposaurus his name was Opie.

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So cute I call my guys tiny dinos all the time.
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Haha I tell my parrots they have “reptile hands”. Or I tell them they’re “reptiles with feelings” .
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