Blue-and-Yellow Macaw

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Blue-and-Yellow Macaw

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Character Data
Japanese Name: ルリコンゴウインコ
Romanised Name: Rurikongō Inko
First Featured in: ?
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Ara ararauna
Distribution: South America
Diet: Herbivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: 65-70 years
Read More: Blue-and-yellow macaw
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 LC.svg.png
Blue-and-Yellow Macaw KF3

Blue-and-Yellow Macaw is a type of bird Friend first appeared on official merch.


Blue-and-Yellow Macaw has short hair with a variety of colours, mostly blue on the outside with yellow on the inside, especially on the wings, white framing her face and black as it comes down between her eyes. She wears a two-tone sweater-dress with a yellow chest and blue sleeves, reminiscent of the bird's blue wings and yellow body.

She has soft blue eyes and sports two bracelets on her right wrist, one blue and one yellow. She wears light blue sandals that come up to bows above the ankle.

In Real Life

Blue-and-yellow Macaw in the Walsrode Bird Park, Germany. Photo by Quartl, 2009.

Blue-and-Yellow Macaws are a variety of large and social parrot native to the central forests of South America. They are common pets due to their striking colours and ability to bond closely with humans, as well as their ability to talk.

Blue-and-Yellow Macaws generally live for about 30 years in the wild, but in captivity they can live for much longer, sometimes as much as 75 years.

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