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Couple Turns On Computer, Then Discovers Their White Cockatoo Knows How To Type On The Keyboard

by Kat Manos
Kat Manos is an Associate Editor who loves arguing about indie rock, classic literature, and "Star Wars."

I’m not really someone with any hidden talents, so nothing impresses me more than realizing a friend has one. Well, one thing might impress me more.

In my opinion, an animal with a hidden talent just takes the cake!

So, you can imagine my surprise — and the surprise of the Shapiro family — when a pet bird named Caesar shows up some hidden skills.

In the video below, it’s evident that the Shapiros’ pet cockatoo had a talent he was keeping a secret even from them!

While Andrew Shapiro films his wife sitting in front of her computer, we can see the back of Caesar.

Then, when Andrew’s wife starts typing, something great happens.

Caesar takes her little claw and starts clicking the keyboard, too!

“Type, type, type,” she repeats as the bird keeps clanking on the keyboard.

Caesar sits up straight and ruffles her feathers as Mrs. Shapiro opens up a blank Word document so the bird can write a message.

I wonder what little Caesar has to say? With one hidden talent, I wouldn’t be surprised if Caesar is writing novels soon!

Check out Caesar’s awesome trick in the video below, and be sure to SHARE it on Facebook!

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