VIDEO: British Wildlife Park parrot stuns visitors with song Beyoncé
The singer parrot Chico and Beyoncé.
Parrots are known to mimic humans. But a parrot in a British wildlife park has become a crowd pleaser thanks to his top-notch singing skills.
Images of a yellow-crowned Amazon parrot singing the chorus to Beyoncé’s “If I Were a Boy” have gone viral on social media.
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The bird, named Chico, can be seen at Lincolnshire Wildlife Park in the East Midlands of the United Kingdom.
Images of the animal playing in front of spectators were shared on the animal sanctuary‘s Facebook page last week.
Viewers were taken aback by the bird’s eerie singing ability, with some tongue-in-cheek responses even comparing it favorably to the original, which became a hit for Beyoncé in 2008.
In addition, the feathered performer is said to have a number of other songs in his repertoire.
The Wildlife Center has suggested that the parrot is able to sing “Poker Face” by Lady Gaga, “Crazy” by Gnarls Barkley and “Firework” by Katy Perry.
Zoos and animal parks are currently open for business, having been closed earlier this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Lincolnshire Wildlife Park could hardly have dreamed of better publicity for its animals than Chico’s video, which has been viewed more than 100,000 times since it was posted on social media.
You can now follow the high-flying singing sensation @chicoparrot on Instagram, too, to keep up to date with the singing career and photos of the beautiful bird.