In the wild, parrots have to chisel their own nests and break the branches to find food; the destructive toys are mainly wood, leather, paper, and cardboard.
A. Wood, natural branches
B. Paper: Waste paper, cardboard for new shirts, cardboard boxes, and fax paper run out of the remaining paper tubes.
C. The whole string of dried rice.
D. Pine nuts.
E. Clean towels.
F. Foods that can bite, such as nuts.
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