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Hasbro FurReal Friends Squawkers McCaw Parrot
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- Squawkers McCaw is a witty, energetic, and unpredictable talking parrot
- Interacts in incredibly realistic ways: Repeats words, can be taught to joke and sing, and responds to touch
- Velvety feather coat and vibrant colors resemble those of actual macaw
- Loves to be fed; comes with toy biscuit and perch
- SQUAWKERS McCAW the parrot is a talkin¿, squawkin¿, and totally unpredictable play pal!
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Modeled after an actual macaw parrot, Squawkers McCaw has a velvety feather coat that makes him fit for cuddling. His vibrant blue, orange, yellow, and green markings are just like those of an actual macaw parrot. His feet are also fully articulated: He can stand on his perch or be propped up on a flat surface. And Squawkers doesn't just look just like a parrot -- he moves like one, too. Through highly innovative animatronics, Squawkers can move in incredibly convincing ways. He'll cock his head when confused or ruffle his wings when happy. He will even get down and dance to your favorite tunes, all while singing along. Squawkers loves mealtime, and comes with a cracker for when he needs to be fed.
Sassy and Talkative
The similarity to a parrot doesn't stop at physical appearance. Squawkers, with his advanced voice recognition system, can talk in a funny, squawky voice and repeat what your child says, just like an actual parrot. He has plenty to say and do the moment you bring him home -- for example, in response to "Hello" or "Are you hungry?", he'll respond with his own unique quips. However, he can be trained to do a whole lot more. Using the remote control, kids can program him to respond to their own custom questions. Kids can teach him to sing, tell jokes, and say whatever else they want him to say.
Full of Personality
Squawkers is a feisty parrot, and can actually switch moods depending on how your child interacts with him. He has a basic "repeat" mode, where he simply repeats any word spoken to him. He can also be humorous and playful, randomly responding to regular questions in nonsensical ways. Be careful, though: When Squawkers is irritated, he'll try to get attention by complaining and squawking loudly! Take good care of Squawkers McCaw, and you'll find that there is really no other parrot quite like him.
What's in the Box
FurReal Friends Squawkers McCaw Parrot, toy cracker, remote control, perch, and instructions.
Top Customer Reviews
dances, repeats anything you say (in the parrots voice),,squawks, whistles,laughs and "coo's when petted. responds to sayings such as hello, pretty bird, i love you,give me a kiss and what cha doin . eyes blink and it dances too. very realistic, entertaining and no mess to clean up .
The bird was a blast.. I have not laughed this hard in a long time. We had it talking like crazy and it surprised the dog. I think this is ment for about 8 and older.
Wish they offered other Bird, or colors!!
He responds to voice commands:
You say hello, he will say, "What do you want?" "How're you doin'?" or "What's up?" You say whatcha doin'?, he will say, "Chillin'" "Hangin' around" or "Talkin' to you." you say pretty bird, he will say "Pretty bird" "Uh - huh" or "Who are you callin' pretty?" You say peek-a-boo, he will say "Peek-a-boo" or "I see you" if there is light on the light sensor on his forehead. If it is dark, he will say "Where'd you go?" or "I can't see you." In this way you cup your hand over his head and eyes to play "peek-a-boo." You say I love you, he will say, "I love me too" or "I love you." He will say I love you in two slightly different ways. You say are you hungry, he will say, "I'm hungry" or "Feed me." You can then feed him his cracker. If you feed him too many times he will start to hiccup. You say good night, he will say "Good night" "Sleep tight" "Sweet dreams" or "Adios." After all of these he will go to sleep. He will kiss if you say give me a kiss or he will say "Oh, gross" or "Kiss-kiss" and then kiss you.
He has sensors that respond to your touch - they sometimes make him coo, sigh, flap his wings, kiss, or crunch. (I said sometimes because I'm sure there are other things that he does too because I never found out what the infrared sensor does and would really like to know.)
Head sensor, Beak sensor, Tongue sensor, Light sensor (on forehead), Back sensor, and Infrared sensor (What DOES it do?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If your going to make a toy that's supposed to represent a real life animal at least spell it right!(supposed to be spelled macaw)Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Very cool bird, I like it. The only problem is that I lost the remote control for this bird and it doesn't seem that the company sells the remote separately. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Vi
I am an old lady who LOVES her NO MESS pet. Visitors love it too.Published 9 months ago by Jeanie A. Adams
"Polly" as we call her, is adorable! Everything appears to work, once I read the instructions, and it is amazingly lifelike. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
Squawkers is one of those things in life that was made too good so it had to come off the market! Seriously. Hasbro made too good! Read morePublished 11 months ago by ACVI