Salvador Dalí's look alike matching mustache to the inca tern bird

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Salvador Dalí's look alike matching mustache to the inca tern bird

the Spanish artist's same mustache look

This Bird shares the same look as the Spanish artist and commonly compared to the infamous of art facial hair of Salvador Dali, which does make a pretty perfect reference.

These birds can be found along the Pacific coast of Peru and Chile, where they nest on coastal cliffs and small islands scattered on the beach.

They got their name from the ancient Inca Empire, which once ruled their habitat.

these briefs also share some yellow wattles and bright red beaks and feet.

Both males and females look the same, and it is believed that mustache length serves as a sign of health when choosing a companion.

Usually, the couples stay together throughout the breeding season, although they do not necessarily have to resort to the same pair year after year.

You can take a closer look of them in the youtube video below, Nature always amazes us with its wonder, beautiful

https://youtu.be/D2oND-wYNAE

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