The Rose-ringed Parakeet, Psittacula krameri, resident in Tropical Africa and India has been a popular caged bird. It has a long history as a pet, having been kept by both the Ancient Greeks and Romans. Due to escaped birds, breeding populations of feral birds have become established in many areas of the world, including Hawaii. Ironically its popularity as a cage bird has caused a serious decline in its natural habitat.
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