And where on earth can you find rainbow lorikeet on online?
There are a few people that breed them if you are looking to get one as a pet. Sometimes you may carry lucky enough to find one that is being rehomed (that is how I get mine) but that is rare.
Rainbow lories have become tough to get because so many zoos are buying them up so they can put them in aviaries and enjoy zoo visitors pay to feed them nectar.
Good luck within your search, and make sure you do your homework formerly you bring one home.
It is a lorikeet which is part of the parrot line but different from most of them as it has a different type of tongue which it uses to collect nectar from flowering plants.
If you are overseas check out the local papers and do a www.google.com go through for pets for sales website and you should be able to find them. Before you make your purchase bring in sure that you have at least 2 places local where on earth you can get a specialised lory mix as they don't eat seed approaching budgies and cockatiels, etc.
www.birdtrader.com it's brilliant!