This video will definitely be the highlight of your day.
Zoologist Mark Carwardine was busy filming a rare flightless bird called kakapo in New Zealand for a 2009 wildlife documentary, Last Chance To See, alongside actor Stephen Fry.
Things got a little awkward when the endangered parrot clambered onto the conservationist’s shoulders and started rubbing its body against his head as though attempting a mating ritual.
Fry, who was standing beside Carwardine, decided to make the most of the rare encounter by narrating it in his serious yet scrumptious baritone voice.
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“I'm sorry but this is one of the funniest things I've ever seen," Fry exclaimed. "You are being shagged by a rare parrot."
When the parrot refused to come off the Carwardine’s shoulders, his colleague added, “He’s really going for it!”
Although the incident was hilarious, the wildlife expert got a little injured by the huge claws of the big bird that spent around two-minutes stuck on the back of his neck.
“Ladies and gentlemen you've a television first. You’ve seen Mark Carwardine, who has devoted his life to conserving animals, actually taking an active part in the conservation and breeding of a whole new generation of a whole new species,” Fry commented while the zoologist laughed along.
Meet the world’s friskiest endangered kakapo in the video above.