this is a view of a giraffe I did not think I’d ever see
These colorful birds are both Swallow tanagers, Tersina viridis (Passeriformes - Thraupidae), a species native to South America that displays a distinctive, sexually dimorphic, coloration.
Male Swallow Tanagers (top) are shining turquoise blue, with a broad bill and black on the forehead and throat. While females (bottom) are a dull green overall with buffy yellow underparts.
Locality: Piraju, Sao Paulo, Brazil
A breathtaking emerald tree boa for all your viewing pleasure. All photo credits go to nice people over at PsychosisExotics. Be sure to follow the link and give them a like!