The three-watt bell bird is a Central American migratory bird of the Kotinga family. The gender is very different in appearance. The male’s head and throat are white, and the rest of the feathers are chestnut brown. Three slender black thorns hang from the bottom of his beak for spectacle. Men are unmistakable. The body is dark brown, the head and breasts are shiny, white, and three naked combs hang down. Usually inhabits conspicuously when singing; the bell-like loud notes and weird metallic foreign sounds add a charming color to the noise of the forest. The females are completely different, with a dull olive color overall and yellow stripes on the lower part. The honestly large size, plump shape, smaller round head and flat face facilitate recognition. Establish in the forest, usually in the canopy. It is simplest to find when singing, but it also feeds on fruit trees.
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