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  Siamese Alexandrine Parakeet

 

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An adult female Siamese Alexandrine Parakeet in a tree at the ruins of Ta Prom, an ancient Khmer temple in the vicinity of Angkor Wat (fig.).

 

It is perching, as well as nesting, high-up in the cavity of a giant tree, from where it can overlook the area and forage in the nearby forest. See also List of Thai Animal Names.

 

  Siamese Alexandrine Parakeet

 

  Siamese Alexandrine Parakeet

 

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