Satyr Tragopan

From book and exhibition "Astonishing Animals"

Tragopan satyra

This exquisite pheasant relies on the element of surprise to impress it’s mate. After inflating the blue bib and brow horns, the male will hide behind a rock or log before popping-up in full display. The intention is to dazzle, and impress, the female by his sudden appearance.

Published in the book “Astonishing Animals”

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