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Magnificent frigatebird male courting a female -- Frigatebirds are the only seabird family that have obvious, significant differences in plumage between the sexes. The male magnificent frigatebird has entirely black plumage, glossed green on the head and purple on the upperwings and back, and possesses a bare patch of skin on the lower neck, known as the gular sac.

Magnificent frigatebird male courting a female (male has the balloon like red sack puffed out) Note: Males don't always have them puffed out and it is not always easy to see the sac when not inflated.

Magnificent Frigatebird

Magnificent Frigatebird Magnificent Frigatebird Fregata magnificens Uncommon summer resident in Gulf of Mexico.

In North America, Magnificent Frigatebirds are seen most commonly in Florida. However, they also appear regularly along the Gulf Coast, and strays have turned up in many parts of the continent.

Some of the animals of this earth that are much faster than us. So in this article we will be finding out fastest animals in the world whose speed can make you awestruck.

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Shiny cowbird (Molothrus bonariensis) male - List of birds of Brazil - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Frigatebirds are a family, Fregatidae, of seabirds. There are five species in the single genus Fregata. They are also sometimes called Man of War birds or Pirate birds. Since they are related to the pelicans, the term "frigate pelican" is also a name applied to them. - http://www.arkive.org

Male Christmas frigatebird displaying - View amazing Christmas frigatebird photos - Fregata andrewsi - on Arkive

Male Magnificent Frigatebird and  chick - North Seymour Island,  Galapagos Islands, Ecuador.

Male Magnificent Frigatebird and chick - North Seymour Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador.

Magnificent Frigatebird - Fregata magnificens We saw these in the Seychelles, they are truly magnificent

Magnificent Frigatebird - Magnificent Frigatebird Fregata magnificens Uncommon summer resident in Gulf of Mexico.

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