What is the difference between a parrot and a macaw?

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    Parrots are a large order of birds called psittaciformes; macaws are only type of parrot.

    There are 370 species of parrots, but only 18 of them are macaws.  Parrots live everywhere in the world except Antarctice\a, but macaws only live in the tropics and near tropics of the Americas.

     

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    A parrot is a broad classification of birds that includes more than 350 species. Macaws, cockatoos, parakeets, and lovebirds are types of parrots. All parrots have curved beaks and four toes on each foot. They live in warm climates and eat fruit, flowers, seeds, nuts, and insects. 

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