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Scientific Name: Trichoglossus moluccanus

Lorikeets are companion parrots that are local to Australia and Indonesia. There are more than 50 unique types of lorikeet, yet the two frequently kept in captivity are the Rainbow Lorikeet, logical name Trichoglossus moluccanus, and the Scaly-breasted Lorikeet or Trichoglossus chlorolepidotus. Scaly-breasted Lorikeets are generally called Yellow or Green Lorikeets.

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    What Do Lorikeets Look and Sound Like?

    Lorikeets are thin-bodied birds that have long tail-feathers. Their diet regimen fits high-energy, and they are extremely dynamic flying creatures that will utilize their total enclosure space and relish time out of the cage to play and communicate with their human companions. They can be instructed to talk but will, in general, support a sharp, piercing call that might be upsetting to your neighbours if you live in an apartment. 

    What Kind of Personality Does a Lorikeet Have?

    Lorikeets are fun-loving birds that really love to play, whether it is with their toys or their favourite human. However, they can shape a solid bond with their owner and can be jealous and show some aggression or bad attitude when ignored. Lorikeets love to be petted, so this is consistently an inviting method of guaranteeing them that they are not forgotten, regardless of whether they are not the current focal point of your attention.

    Are Lorikeets Healthy?

    If you take well care of your lorikeet bird, it can live for more than 20 years. Lorikeets are healthy birds if they are given the correct diet. They can get kidney sickness and Lorikeet Paralysis Syndrome, which influences their legs and feet if you do not take care of them properly.

    Life Span:

    20 years or more


    25 – 30 cm

    Breeding Season:



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