Well, readers, I'm happy to say that 'The Wonderful World Of Uninteresting Animals' series has very nearly reached double figures - or, at least, it will have in another three weeks, if I manage to keep the effort up.
And it is an effort, my friends, it really is.
Still, this week's subject is a very rare and distinctive specimen, though that isn't, of course, an indicator of interestingness - far from it. Indeed, nothing could be further from interestingness than the Saber-toothed Budgerigar.
Indeed, the Saber-toothed Budgerigar is, essentially, a figment of my imagination. I only dreamt it up when I saw the picture in the gallery as I looked through it for a suitable tiger image. Still, it's the thought that counts.
If it did exist, the Saber-toothed Budgerigar wouldn't be very interesting, anyway. Frightening, yes, but hardly interesting.
And with that in mind, and due to the fact that I have to leave for work in a few minutes, let me call a halt to this criminal waste of your precious time, and promise to bring some uninteresting news about a 'real' animal next week.
Apologies once more to those who were hoping for something interestingly uninteresting.