The loud, fast-moving and aggressive form of music is not entirely dead. And this Cockatoo is a living testimony. Walking down a street in Katoomba, New South Wales, Australia, Isaac Sherring – Tito witnessed spikes falling to the ground.
And as he looked up to see what’s really going on, Isaac discovered a cockatoo was bringing down an anti-bird spike in a bid to walk freely.
Hurriedly, Isaac started filming the furious cockatoo while paving the way along the ledge, picking up and throwing to the ground each piece of the equipment. The Cockatoo can be seen using both her beak and feet in a very mindful manner.
Wild cockatoos are, however, natives of New Guinea, the Philippines, Indonesia, the Solomon Islands, and even Australia. And depending on species, Cockatoo has a lifespan of about 60years.
The very oldest cockatoo is recognized as Major Mitchell’s Cockatoo. Named Cookie, the cockatoo lived up to 83years, while living at Brookfield Zoo in Chicago.
Compared with parrots, they have two toes pointing both back and front. And with their beaks, it gives Cockatoos the ability to use their feet the way humans use their hands, making them a terrifying climber.