Zac Efron’s brother Dylan meets a cockatoo in far north Queensland, Australia

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Zac Efron’s younger brother Dylan looks dubious as he gets VERY up close and personal with the local Australian wildlife while visiting far north Queensland

Dylan Efron revealed that he got to know the locals up close during Australia’s tropical Whitsundays.

In a series of posts on Instagram on Friday, 29-year-old filmmaker and younger brother of actor Zac Efron revealed that he had a connection with a sulfur-crested cockatoo.

‘Some conversations with the locals’, he captioned a series of videos in which he talks to the bird.

Making friends: Dylan Efron (pictured) revealed he got to know the locals up close during Australia’s tropical Whitsundays

In one video, a tired-looking Dylan sipped a takeaway coffee and said, “Oh, I can feel that. Still a nice evening? ‘

Then he turned the camera at the cockatoo, which was sitting on the table on the balcony of his hotel, looking at him curiously.

A second video showed a shirtless Dylan complaining about how ‘hot’ it was, while complaining that he couldn’t ‘cool down’.

Buddy: In a series of posts on Instagram on Friday, 29-year-old filmmaker and younger brother of actor Zac Efron revealed that he had a connection with a sulfur-crested cockatoo.

Buddy: In a series of posts on Instagram on Friday, 29-year-old filmmaker and younger brother of actor Zac Efron revealed that he had a connection with a sulfur-crested cockatoo.

Small talk: In one video, a tired-looking Dylan sipped a takeaway coffee and said, “Oh, I can feel that.  Still a nice evening?  '

Small talk: In one video, a tired-looking Dylan sipped a takeaway coffee and said, “Oh, I can feel that. But a nice evening, right? ‘

‘How are you?’ he asked the bird, who sat silently next to him.

A third video featured Dylan singing the opening lines of Pure Imagination from the 1971 movie, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.

He began to serenade the cockatoo with his impressive singing before bursting out laughing.

Bonded: Dylan also shared a series of selfies with the bird on Instagram Stories on Friday, revealing: 'This little boy comes to me when I'm sitting on the balcony'

Bonded: Dylan also shared a series of selfies with the bird on Instagram Stories on Friday, revealing: ‘This little boy comes to me when I’m sitting on the balcony’

Feeling at ease: He also shared a video of the bird sitting on his towel, which he hung to dry on the railing of his hotel balcony

Feeling at ease: He also shared a video of the bird sitting on his towel, which he hung to dry on the railing of his hotel balcony

Dylan also shared a series of selfies with the bird on Instagram Stories on Friday, revealing, ‘This little boy comes to me when I’m sitting on the balcony’.

He also shared a video of the bird sitting on his towel, which he hung to dry on the railing of his hotel’s balcony.

‘Dude! That’s my towel … Thank you, ”he said to the bird, before sliding off casually.

On the job: Dylan has been in Australia since February, filming for the second season of his brother's docuseries, Down to Earth with Zac Efron.  Pictured with brother Zac Efron (right)

On the job: Dylan has been in Australia since February, filming for the second season of his brother’s docuseries, Down to Earth with Zac Efron. Pictured with brother Zac Efron (right)

Dylan has been in Australia since February, filming for the second season of his brother’s docuseries, Down to Earth with Zac Efron.

The Netflix series follows Zac, 33, and wellness expert Darin Olien as they travel the world in search of healthy and sustainable ways to live.

Meanwhile, Dylan has enjoyed meeting the local wildlife and sharing photos and videos of himself cuddling with a variety of animals, including a kangaroo and a Tasmanian devil.

Animal Lover: Dylan has enjoyed meeting the local wildlife and sharing photos and videos of himself cuddling with a variety of animals including a kangaroo and a Tasmanian devil

Animal Lover: Dylan has enjoyed meeting the local wildlife and sharing photos and videos of himself cuddling with a variety of animals including a kangaroo and a Tasmanian devil

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