A flower that resembles to parrot was discovered with the botanical name of Impatiens psittacina, a rare parrot flower is native to northern Thailand, Myanmar (Burma), and it is also found in northern India that also have a remarkable resemblance to its avian namesake.
Its photos was first appeared on internet in 2006, they are quite real and not fake pictures as it is the birdlike plant depicted, Impatiens psittacina, that is commonly known as a "parrot flower."
In the history of science that rare species of flower that resembles to parrot was first identified by British botanist Joseph Dalton Hooker in 1901. The details of that flower discovery were published byin the Bulletin of Miscellaneous Information of the Royal Botanic Gardens that appears in these words: Impatiens psittacina belongs is beautiful species with axillary solitary flowers and Sepals are green. The flower plant is having standard pale rose-colored with the red colored wings and long pendulous from an arching peduncle.
One can find the amazing photos of parrot flowers that can be viewed on various websites including the website of the Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden, Thailand, and other flowers that falls in the list of resemblance with the birds includes the Strelitziareginae and the Impatiens arguta (Bird of Paradise).