WHATS IN THIS BLOG: • Video of spectacular mating dance of bird-of-paradise (4 mins). • Four different groups of feathers are involved in this amazing display. • Implications of this wondrous design for evolution and God.
THE BIRD-OF-PARADISE IS FAMOUS FOR ITS MALE COURTING DANCE. But you have to see it to believe it, and I guarantee it will make your day. Click here to see this 4-minute video from Cornell University (then click back-button to return to blog writeup). It’s one of the most awesome biological things I have ever seen.
The video shows that four different groups of feathers are used to create the “smiley face” appearance of the displaying male.
The bird-of-paradise lives in New Guinea, just north of Australia, in the rainforest.… More