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Worlds Smallest Parrot – Pygmy Parrot

Worlds Smallest Parrot – Pygmy Parrot

Worlds Smallest Parrot – Pygmy Parrot Parrots are one of life’s many wonders, and Pygmy parrots make life so much more interesting purely because of their tiny size. They are a species of parrot which have never ever been successfully kept in captivity.  Cool facts You Might Like To Know! There are actually 6 different species of Pygmy parrot. They ...

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The Caique Parrot

The Caique Parrot

The Caique Parrot The Caique parrot is full of energy and has a large personality. They are not great for first-time bird owners, but they will always keep you entertained. They enjoy playing on their backs, hopping around the house, and just being comical. They are mischevious, stubborn, and need clear boundaries or they may become nippy. They aren’t good ...

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Green-headed Tanagers

Green-headed Tanagers

Green-headed Tanagers The Green-headed Tanager, Tangara seledon, is a colorful, medium-sized tanager that lives throughout Atlantic forests in South America Distribution / Habitat: This tanager is commonly found in south-eastern Brazil, far eastern Paraguay and far north-eastern Argentina . Even though it favors humid forests, this bird is also common in orchards and parks. It usually occurs at higher elevations. ...

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Pink Robin

Pink Robin

Pink Robin The Pink Robin is a small tubby bird, and is easily over-looked, being quieter than other robins. Males are brownish-black above, with a black throat and head. There is a small white spot above the bill, which is a buff spot on the female. Males have a diagnostic pink wash on the breast which extends right down under ...

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Jaguar

Jaguar

Jaguar Jaguar is a big cat, a feline in the Panthera genus and is the one cat of that genus found in the Americas. On our planet, only the tiger and the lion are cats larger than the jaguar and in the Western Hemisphere it is the largest. The jaguar can be found in the Southwestern United States and Mexico ...

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Chinchilla

Chinchilla

Chinchilla Chinchilla are crepuscular and are the most active around morning and evening rodents, slightly larger and more robust than ground squirrels. They are native to the Andes mountains in South America and live in colonies called “herds” at high altitudes up to 4,270 metres (14,000 ft). Historically, chinchillas lived in the Andes of Bolivia, Peru and Chile, but today ...

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Mandarin Ducks

Mandarin Ducks

Mandarin Ducks One of the most beautiful exotic birds in the world, Mandarin Ducks is a perching duck species found in East Asia. It is 41–49 cm long with a 65–75 cm wingspan. As the other member of the genus Aix, it is closely related to the North American wood duck. The Mandarin ducks are the most popular, well known ...

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Mongoose

Mongoose

Mongoose Mongoose is the popular English name for 29 of 34 species in the 14 genera of the family Herpestidae, which are small carnivorans that are native to southern Eurasia and mainland Africa. The other five species in the family are the four kusimanses in the genus Crossarchus and the only species in the genus Suricata: Suricata suricatta, commonly called ...

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Most Beautiful Long-Tailed Birds of Indian Subcontinent

Most Beautiful Long-Tailed Birds of Indian Subcontinent

Most Beautiful Long-Tailed Birds of Indian Subcontinent Indian Subcontinent is home of number of beautiful birds, some of the birds are considered under the birds of paradise family and ranked among the most beautiful creatures on earth such as Himalayan monal and Asian Paradise Flycatcher. Here is the list of India’s long tail birds. 1. Asian Paradise Flycatcher Asian Paradise ...

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Yellow Hammer Bird Facts

yellow hammer, bird

Yellow Hammer Bird Facts Yellow hammer birds can be found heavily in open areas where there are lots of trees and bushes. These birds are 15 to 17 mm in length and can be easily seen in Europe especially in New Zealand and Asia. Also, these birds were termed as the most widespread birds in Britain and Ireland in late ...

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