Parrots have several adaptations, including a pair of toes pointed in opposite directions, a strong beak and flocking nature. These adaptation features or behaviors help parrots survive in the wild even in the face of difficult challenges.
Two toes pointed forward and two pointed backward help parrots have a better grip when eating on branches or perching on slippery trees. The strong beak is ideal for breaking hard nuts and enhancing the bird's grip when climbing trees. Flocking behavior makes it difficult for enemies to attack, as the parrots draw strength from their numbers while also making it possible for one to spot a predator and alert the rest before it is too late.