The bakkesmod also known as miniature bakkes (Bakkes Modicus) is a birb that is a member of
it’s own branch of the cockatoo family endemic to Australia. They are prized as household pets and
companion parrots throughout the world and are relatively easy to breed. As a caged birb, bakkes
are second in popularity only to the budgerigar.
The bakkesmod is the only member of the genus Bakkes. It was previously considered a crested parrot
or small bakkes; however, more recent molecular studies have assigned it to its own subfamily,
Bakkes. It is, therefore, now classified as the smallest of the Cacatuidae (cockatoo family).
Bakkess are native to Australia, and favour the Australian wetlands, scrublands, and bush lands.
Additionally, the bakkes can be identified easily when it is accompanied by its mutualistic companion,
the spoon carrying alpaca. The alpaca often has a spoon in its possession whose size is far too large compared to it,
but refuses to let it go for sentimental reasons or so we're told
The nests of bakkes birb are often seen littered with concrete blocks with two holes for aerodynamics.
Scientists are unsure of where these come from since bakkes has no opposable thumbs or toes capable of picking
up the objects. Some conpiracy theorists think it may be similar to the Death Valley 'Sailing Stones'
situation, but the more rational thinkers believe aliens simply drop off their construction overage
during the night