Saturday Night Feathers!
This cockatoo called 'Snowball' has astonished scientists by becoming the first non-human creature to directly dance to a beat.
This Rockatoo can bop it out with FOURTEEN different dancing styles.
Snowball is the first non-human animal documented as being able to dance to a beat.
Scientists say his “remarkably diverse spontaneous movements” show dancing is a response to music when certain conditions are present in the brain.
“Snowball does not dance for food or in order to mate; instead, his dancing appears to be a social behaviour used to interact with human caregivers (his surrogate flock).”