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Talented Bird Whistles ‘The Addams Family’ Theme

We’re about to make a bold prediction — birds will soon surpass cats and dogs as the darlings of the internet. How do we know? Just watch this awesome video of a cockatiel whistling the theme from ‘The Addams Family’ and see for yourself.

Sunny the bird shows some serious skill as he sings the theme note-for-note. (He even mimics the song’s famous finger snaps!) While he may not be a headbanger or know how to do the “Dougie” like other birds, at least he’s a fan of classic TV, and that’s good enough for us.

According to the video’s YouTube description, the bird also sings the theme from ‘Harry Potter.’ But, sadly, his rendition doesn’t seem available on video yet.  We’ll be sure to share it with you when it becomes available.

What do you think? Are our fine feathered friends the Web’s next breakout stars?

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