"The parrot violently destroys the tree."
Translation:Psittacus arborem vehementer delet.
This is an issue in the city where I went to university at the moment. There's been a resurgence of kaka (a New Zealand parrot species) in the area, and they're killing a whole lot of introduced American and European pines there by tearing off so much bark that the tree dies (evidently the native NZ trees they evolved to deal with are harder to accidentally ringbark).
Destroying a tree, not with a bomb.
They really can destroy trees: https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/black-cockatoos-revealed-as-mystery-woodsmen-taking-to-nsw-hunter-valleys-endangered-river-red-gums/ar-AAGZRNj?li=AAgfIYZ&fdhead=hdfinvert
It's because they do drugs.
Parrots do drugs.