How many years does a Sun Conure go through in one human year?

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cpaloukas:
I was wondering how quickley my pet Sun Conure ages as opposed to us humans.
I know that Chicken's life expectancy is 25-30 human years. Dose that mean that 30 conure years is equeal to 76; if so, she lives 2.533... years in one of our years.
If any one knows the correct answer to how many years does a Sun Conure go through in one human year, pleese e-mail me or post a helpfull response. Thank you.
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Louis Boyd:
[nq:1]I was wondering how quickley my pet Sun Conure ages as opposed to us humans. I know that Chicken's life ... does a Sun Conure go through in one human year, pleese e-mail me or post a helpfull response. Thank you.[/nq]
A human can live from about 0 to 130 years. A sun conure a range of maybe half that. In both cases statistics are less important to the individual than their own behavior, their environment, and some initial genetic luck or lack of it.
Don't worry about how long your bird will live, rather do your best to keep it and yourself healthy and happy.
Chickens rarely make it to one year old under Colonel Sanders care.
Lou Boyd
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Andrew:
[nq:1]Chickens rarely make it to one year old under Colonel Sanders care.[/nq]
"Meat Kings" are slaughtered at about 8 weeks of age.
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nospam:
[nq:2]If any one knows the correct answer to how many ... They do not live in a different space time continuum.[/nq]
[nq:1]A human can live from about 0 to 130 years.[/nq]
The GBOWR lists 122 as the oldest.
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