Bird

Very Rare Potoo Bird Caught On Camera

In Chibolo, a Colombian village of Chibolo, one woman came across an unusual bird perched on the fence…The woman who initially thought that the creature was just a piece of wood saw the unique bird of the potoo when she walked up to the wall. Photographs from the person who took pictures of these moments attracted the attention of the public.
A woman with no name living in Chibolo town Chibolo in Chibolo in the Magdalena Region of Colombia was able to spot an unusual bird perched on wooden fences.
Having at first believed the dormant bird to be an object of wood, she realized that the bird she observed was a rare bird of the potoo when she walked up to the fence.

The woman took pictures of the creature, which is also called”the ghost bird” using her cell phone the moment she was able to see it. Images of the creature attracted interest on the social networks.

The person who recorded the images explained, “When I first saw it, I thought the bird was a piece of wood, but when it moved, I approached it. Later, when the bird opened its eyes and mouth, it scared me. I decided to record what I saw because I found the bird strange. When I approached, I raised my hand, and it opened its mouth in response.” said.

She said that she had been to the farm on five occasions before but had never seen this kind of animal The woman claimed that neighbors heard a distinct voice.

USING THE CAPABILITY OF CAMOUFLAGE TO BE HIDDEN FROM HUNTERS .

Spreading across the Southern Hemisphere, the potoo bird uses its camouflage ability to hide from predators.

This creature, also known as the ‘ghost bird’, hunts at night, and during the day, it is camouflaged thanks to its feathers similar to the color of tree bark and can sleep safely in the trees.

The potoo bird has eyes that provide excellent night vision. The slits in the eyelids help predators perceive their movements even while they are sleeping.

These birds, which are usually placed on broken tree branches or wooden poles, do not nest. He hides his eggs in the hole he dug in rotten bark.

Potoo birds, which are very hard to notice, feed on flies and insects.

Fossils of these creatures, which are about 38 centimeters long, have been found in Germany and France. But they no longer live in Europe today.

 

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