Irene Pepperberg Uncategorized Alex & Me05/10/201912Comments by Laura David How a Scientist and a Parrot Discovered a Hidden World of Animal Intelligence–and Formed a Deep Bond in the Process Laura David 12 replies to "Alex & Me" SameSongAj Castillo 25/05/2019 I saw you yesterday. Nice people healthy body type lady. Beantwoorden Francoo Villalva 25/05/2019 Para mi que hablo español me impreciona como el loro pudo entender en el idioma ingles, ni siquiera yo entiendo mucho Beantwoorden MortySmith c_137 25/05/2019 Alex i love you T-T Beantwoorden Lisa Love 25/05/2019 He was so smart but in every video he always asks to go back it's sad he was tired of the one hundred tests a day he didn't get to just be a bird loved by it's human. Beantwoorden Su Wan 25/05/2019 I only came here because of a novel. Beantwoorden SRI Pravachana Goshthi 25/05/2019 Irene Pepperberg had lot of love for Alex so patiently teaching & Reaching Beantwoorden Vanessa Idarraga 25/05/2019 no hay palabras para describir la hermosura de Álex que en el cielo ha de estar,es obvio que está ave comprendía lo que le enseñaba está biológa,no era una simple repetición de palabras. Beantwoorden Surfmoc Jones 25/05/2019 You be good. I love you. Beantwoorden OrtyBortorty 25/05/2019 What a smart bird! He really makes you appreciate the beauty of nature. Beantwoorden ash unknown 25/05/2019 i think parrot is smarter then this dumb women . Beantwoorden hilomona 25/05/2019 I know he was a happy bird and was the star of his world but for some reason it breaks my heart a little when he asks to "go back" to his cage with his little voice, as if he was really tired of it and didn't want to work anymore. Beantwoorden wind Become 25/05/2019 這真是太棒了，原來我們不孤單 Beantwoorden Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Deze website gebruikt Akismet om spam te verminderen. Bekijk hoe je reactie-gegevens worden verwerkt.