The most exotic birds in the world

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The most exotic birds in the world
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Nature is health, well-being, color, diversity and in a nutshell it is INCREDIBLE!

Within nature we find different life forms in plants and animals, some are so complex that they surprise us with their physical appearance and abilities.

Today we will focus on birds, an animal species that surprises with its ability to cross the air. However, we will not talk about his ability to fly, but about his feathers and colors.

Now we will take a look at these beautiful birds, hoping that their beauty is not their downfall, since for one reason or another, they are victims of poachers or pollution caused by man.

We will discover the most exotic birds you will find in this world.

TOP 1:

Calaor bicorne

Calaor bicorne
Its fame is thanks to its triple peak, however it is threatened by the deforestation of its habitat. This bird lives in the jungle of India, Malaysia and especially in Thailand.
It is very similar to the toucan and was recently included in the Looking for the wild project.

TOP 2:

Quetzal

Quetzal
It is a beautiful bird with green and red feathers, which lives in the jungle of Central America, especially Guatemala. The Quetzal was considered as the messenger of the gods, by the Mayan culture.
Currently the bird is a national of Guatemala, bears the name in its currency and is the symbol of freedom of that country.


TOP 3:

Bird from paradise

Bird from paradise
It is the name of a family of 40 different bird species that live between the east coast of Australia and Papua New Guinea.

In this family of birds, you will find birds with incredible colors, especially over the years.

TOP 4:

Peacock

Peacock
If we talk about exotic feathers, we can't stop mentioning the Peacock. This bird owns such beautiful feathers that adorn its presence, so it is called "REAL" turkey. Their feathers have golden, green, blue and silver colors.

TOP 5:

Rainbow parrot

Rainbow parrot
The parrots themselves already own a plumage of envy, but the rainbow parrots are even more beautiful and colorful.


Seeing such beautiful birds, you surely want to have them at home and that would be a super mistake. Our goal is to admire their beauty and let them live in their natural habitat, since having them in captivity would die and support their extinction.