Hyacinth macaws are the longest parrots in the world, reaching a massive 100 centimeters in length. As their name implies, are covered with bright blue plumage. They have bare yellow eye-ring circles around large black eyes, a yellow chin, a strongly hooked beak, and feet (2 toes that point forward and 2 toes that point backward). the Blue Macaw lifespan can also be up to 70 years if proper care is provided.
More about Hyacinth macaw
Macaw beak is able to carry around 200-pound pressure per inch which indicates they can break a half broomstick in just one crunch. Our Macaw uses their toes as hands and can grab things easily while it helps them climb their cages perfectly. When they are kept as a pet in a cage, their intelligence and strength are enough capable to disassemble or unlock the cage very cleverly.
This species (Hyacinth Macaw) is very close to their mate and share food with them thus maintains mutual grooming. Also, they mate mainly for life. Macaws are playful and inquisitive and are able to mimic human vocalizations very well. Very active and playful; need many toys, large amounts of exercise, mental stimulation, and human interaction.