Video Of A New Fancy-Dancing Bird Of Paradise With Iridescent Plumage Caught Trying To Impress A Lady

April 27, 2018

This is a video of a newly recognized species of bird-of-paradise (the Vogelkop Superb bird-of-paradise) from Papua, New Guinea trying to impress a lady with a fancy dance and his iridescent plumage. Admittedly, those were some solid dance moves. The female is not impressed though and flies off. I can't say I blame her, the iridescent plumage on his face makes him look like some sort of creepy phantom bird. And who wants to raise a family with a ghost bird? Why are you raising your hand?

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Marissa, who agrees he should really learn the electric slide if he's trying to pick up chicks.

  • Deksam
  • 600k?

    old news.... -_-

  • Seth Brown

    "New." This is like a decade old...

  • JJtoob
  • Seth Brown

    Ahhhhh. Innnnnteresting. Thanks for the info!

  • Gordon Freeman

    Lemme smash.

  • Jenness

    This needs to be auto-tuned with filthy pickup lines sung harmoniously. "hey baby, in America it's Thanksgiving. Let me stuff you like a turkey" or "Did you grow up on a chicken farm? 'Cause you sure know how to raise a cock"

  • Chris

    Bitches are so entitled these days

  • LmG

    We saw this same bird in the original planet earth series a long time ago though

  • JJtoob

    The description links to a new video explaining the differences between the old one and the newly discovered species.

  • Taylor Love

    Yeah this is really old. Some times I worry that gw actually lives under a rock

  • Munihausen

    Clearly a skank bird; he can do better.

  • TheQiwiMan

    Slightly less emasculating than what we men have to do to impress the ladies.

  • The_Wretched

    She just wanted to get a drink and say hi to a couple of friends.

  • Jesus H. Presley ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ™

    He was hypnotizing her. That's fascinating!

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    aw, he was just moving in for the good part

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