Mischievous parrot uses Amazon Alexa to order itself goodies

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Rocco after since he was removed from the sanctuary, live in Blewbury, Oxfordshire with Marion Wischnewski, the sanctuary worker who adopted Rocco.

Rocco earlier lived in the National Animal Welfare Trust sanctuary in Berkshire, reports the BBC.

- A parrot has fallen in love with his owner's Amazon Alexa - but keeps using it to order shopping.

Wischnewski said she quickly discovered Rocco had also figured out he could use Alexa to order some of his favorite items, including watermelons, raisins, broccoli and ice cream.

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"They chat away to each other all day", she said, "Often I come in and there's music playing". Even though she has to double check her shopping list, it seems Rocco has also built his own playlist. She said that she personally finds him very sweet. The grey parrot is so well versed with the virtual assistant that he uses it to make conversations, play music, tell him jokes and more.

Rocco, who was taught to curse by a previous owner, is evidently loving his new home, interacting with Alexa up to 40 times a day and mastering countless household sounds.

Rocco, an African Grey Parrot kicked out of a sanctuary in United Kingdom, was caught ordering food and housewares through Amazon Alexa while his owner was away.

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