Hyacinth Macaw

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Hyacinth Macaw
Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus
Hyacinth Macaw.png
Hyacinth Macaw
macaws, parrot.
Added in
Near rivers and swamps

The Hyacinth Macaw is a species of Passive animal in Green Hell.

Basic Info[edit | edit source]

Hyacinth Macaw are blue and yellow colored birds which can be seen flying around the jungle canopy. They are mainly located near rivers and swamp areas and will squawk loudly the player is near proximity.

Hyacinth macaw can occasionally be seen landing on rocks and fallen trees. Using a ranged weapon such as the bow and arrow or by throwing stones, the player can kill the hyacinth macaw while it is resting. Walking too close to the hyacinth macaw while it is perched will cause it to fly away. Once killed they can be harvested for one macaw meat and six feathers.

Unlike scarlet macaws, dead hyacinth macaws can not be found on the rainforest floor.

Harvest[edit | edit source]

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Hyacinth Macaw Macaw Meat Feather

References[edit | edit source]

For information pertaining specifically to the real-world Hyacinth Macaw, see the relevant Wikipedia article

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Update History[edit | edit source]

Version Changes
V.0.4.0 Birds killing is now easier.
V.0.2.0 Harvesting animals now requires blade.
V.0.1.2 Parrots sounds are less aggressive.

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