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No, “superb” isn’t a superlative used by us, it’s actually part of its name. Known for their peculiar behaviors, male wrens pluck yellow petals and display them to females as part of a courtship display.
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This bird’s large feet aren’t the only things to boast about; its squawk is described as “raucous high-pitched screech, with a subdued musical tuk-tuk.” Fun fact: during the Roman Empire, the birds were considered so noble that they were one of the few fowl Romans wouldn’t eat.