SCIENTIFIC NAME: Tragopan caboti
HABITAT: Evergreen deciduous forest and mixed deciduous-coniferous forest areas in the mountain ranges of Southeast China.
CONSERVATION STATUS: Vulnerable
FUN FACT: Males have heavily buff-spotted reddish-brown upperparts, straw-buff underparts, and blakish head with bare orange facial skin with a blue and red inflatable “lappet” and “horn” wattles, golden crown-sides and orange-red neck-sides.
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