There were only 147 of the world's fattest parrots alive -- and then came the baby boom

There were only 147 of the world's fattest parrots alive -- and then came the baby boom
Behold the delightful kākāpō, a flightless bird that holds the honor of being the fattest kind of parrot in the world. These roly-poly land angels are native to New Zealand, and unfortunately, they are also critically endangered: Up until recently, there were only 147 of them.