The common lora (Aegithina tiphia) is a small passerine bird found across the tropical Indian subcontinent with populations showing plumage variations, some of which are designated as subspecies. A species found in scrub and forest, it is easily detected from its loud whistles and the bright colours. During the breeding season, males display by fluffing up their feathers and spiral in the air appearing like a green, black, yellow and white ball.This specimen measures approximately 3cm x 2cm x 1.5cm. Set it in a tiny dome or add it to your cabinet of curiosities.
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