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Black on baby lovebird beak

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Oh okay thank you
Well, there is one exception. The Swindern's lovebird, but they have never been able to be successfully kept in captivity. The only reason that they do is that that is the natural color of the adults' beaks.
 

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Well, there is one exception. The Swindern's lovebird, but they have never been able to be successfully kept in captivity. The only reason that they do is that that is the natural color of the adults' beaks.
Oh wow! I didn't know that. I like the black, it looks cute, but I don't have Swinderns. Thanks for your reply!:)
 
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