Bird of paradise
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British pronunciation/bˈɜːd ɒv pˈaɹədˌaɪs/
American pronunciation/bˈɜːd ʌv pˈæɹədˌaɪs/
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any tropical bird, the male of which is colorful and displays unique courtship skills, originated in Papua New Guinea and Australia

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bird of paradise definition and meaning

What is a "bird of paradise"?

A bird of paradise refers to a group of bird species found in Papua New Guinea and Eastern Australia. Known for their striking and vibrant plumage, these birds are popular among birdwatchers and animal lovers alike. These birds have a unique courtship display, where males will show off their feathers and dance to attract mates. In addition to their bright and colorful feathers, they also have unique beak structures, with some resembling a spoon or a sickle. The bird of paradise has become a symbol of beauty, grace, and elegance in many cultures around the world. Due to habitat destruction and poaching, some species of the bird of paradise are considered endangered.

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ornamental plant of tropical South Africa and South America having stalks of orange and purplish-blue flowers resembling a bird

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a tropical flowering shrub having bright orange or red flowers; sometimes placed in genus Poinciana

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