Trinidad Piping Guan (Pipile pipile)
Also known as the common piping guan, the Trinidad piping guan is a critically endangered species of guan found only on the island of Trinidad in the Lesser Antilles. Like other guans the Trinidad piping guan is primarily arboreal and feeds almost exclusively on fruit and berries. They are usually active at dusk and will forage in groups of 3-5 individuals. The Trinidad piping guan is currently listed as critically endangered and are nearing extinction with only 200 individuals left.
On the left is a hybrid of peacock x chicken. On the right is its chicken mother (1929).
this chicken has very impressive inking
highlight of my life when i recognized in the lion king..
Ayam Cemani chickens.
From Wikipedia - “The birds are completely black: black plumage with a greenish shine, black legs and toe nails, black beak and tongue, black comb and wattles, black meat and bones and even dark blood (Not Black) and organs.”
The gothest chicken.
Just how melanistic can you get: this melanistic
that’s a big black cock