I wouldn’t believe this video was real if it weren’t presented by respected writer and narrator of BBC’s “Life” and “Planet” series, David Attenborough. The male lyre bird’s remarkable mimicry repertoire goes far beyond imitating over 40 different song birds.
The lyrebird’s syrinx (the bird equivalent to the human larnyx) is the most complexly-muscled of the songbirds, allowing its extraordinary, unmatched vocal repertoire.
This bird of paradise performs an amusing dance to attract its mate.
The Manequin bird does a little moon walking to show off to a potential female mate.
Albino peacocks prefer having the male wear the wedding dress.