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Scarlet Macaws range from many different colors such as red, blue, green, yellow, etc. They live in warm and humid evergreen forests of South America.
Scarlet Macaws have may different calls and mating dances that are used to attract a mate. Once the macaws have reproduced, they take turns to incubate a nest of 2-4 eggs.
The Scarlet Macaw can have the wingspan of 1 meter and can reach speeds of 35 miles per hour.
The Scarlet Macaw is one of the most beautiful species in the parrot family. They are one of the largest types of Neotropical parrots.
The diet of a Scarlet Macaw consists of seeds, nuts, leaves, and berries. It can eat fruits that are toxic enough to kill other animals.
Although many Scarlet Macaws fly alone, some can be seen flying in flocks or in a pair of two.
Scarlet Macaws can be kept as pets along with many other parrots in the family.

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