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By ASEPALECO Foundation - April 09, 2024
🆔 Chiroxiphia linearis Currently, the long-tailed manakins can often be seen dancing with each other. The males, with their blue backs and red crowns, dance up and down and sing. Although at first glance it appears as if the males are dancing with each other, they are actually dancing against each other. Because while the two males dance, they are watched by a female sitting on the same or a nearby branch. The greenish-colored female observes the dancers for a while and then chooses the better dancer …
By Ramesha Silvia - April 10, 2024
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