World's Most beautiful Birds: Birds of Paradise

These are worlds most beautiful birds.They have gorgeous and enormous head plumes and other distinctive ornaments, such as breast shields or head fans. Also have particular highly elongated and elaborate feathers extending from the beak, wings or head. 
 This Plant looks like a beautiful bird... But infact its a plant, "Strelitzia reginae" indigenous to South Africa.
(Thanks to Sanet Boshoff for the correction)

Contrary to humans (where females use their ornaments and beauty to attract males) Males of these birds put their bright colors and unusual ornaments to good use when they display for females.

Their elaborate dances, poses, and other rituals accentuate their appearance and put on a phenomenal show for both female birds and any humans lucky enough to be in the vicinity. Such displays can last for hours, and in many species they consume a significant part of the male's time.

The trade in their skins and feathers has been going on for more than 2000 years, and the birds have been of considerable interest to collectors.

World's Most beautiful & Most deadly ANIMALS: Golden Poison Dart Frog

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Golden Frog si considered one of the most toxic animals on Earth. A single specimen measuring two inches (five centimeters) has enough venom to kill ten to twenty grown men or enough to kill about 10,000 mice. Indigenous Emberá people of Colombia have used its powerful venom for centuries to tip their blowgun darts when hunting, hence the species' name.

Their diet includes flies, crickets, ants, termites, and beetles. The only natural predator of the golden poison dart frog is Leimadophis epinephelus, a snake that has developed a resistance to the frog's poison.

These frogs have a average size equal to a common paper pin and yet can kill 2 giant elephants with their poison. Their poison is alkaloid in nature and can be transferred via contact to different places. Many cats and dogs die via mere contact to a towel or leaf these species had contact with.

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