The bearded reed bird (Panurus biomarkericus) is a small, two-dimensional cane-shaped cane. It is often called a beard nipple because of some resemblance to a long-tailed nipple or chin parrot. It is the only species of the Panuridae family.
Well, some creatures in nature are just as cute and wonderful as a reed beard. Also known as Beard Tight or Billded Parrot Bill. But the name is deceptive, and does not have a beard, but the male "mustache" adornment. It has nothing to do with breast or parrot bills.
Females are not as colorful as males, and beard pruning is found in the marshes in England to East Asia. Songbirds do not migrate, and in winter their ball-like appearance is common, as their feathers swell for additional warmth. Just as a blowfish explodes as a defense mechanism, these birds are rounded up when swollen. Very cool sight to see!
To be fair, many things and creatures in nature continue to amaze us and there are many puzzles that will surely confuse or surprise us. Well, the beard rereading is really amazing.
Its unique look makes it easy to distinguish in nature. The small, delicate egg-shaped bird gets comfort by dividing it into three branches.
Share this lovely tiny creature with your friends and let them see the beauty of nature