Parrot’s Beak Parrot’s BeakClassified as exceedingly rare since 1884, the Parrot’s Beak flower is supposed to be extinct in the wild, though some individuals believe it may still be alive. The plant is native to the Canary Islands and is supposed to have been at first pollinated by sunbirds which have long gone extinct. Experiments have been done to see if the flowers could have found new pollinators but, as of 2008, none of these experiments have been successful.
Parrot Flower ~ Rare Species: This rare flower looks like a parrot. The parrot flower (impatiens psittacina) is about 5cm. It's grown in Thailand and is so rare the government imposed an exporting ban.