Alright! So, being the nerd I am, I hopped on the opportunity to watch a new show on Netflix called Dancing with the birds, in this documentary it shows the crazy things certain male species of birds need to do in hopes of getting a mate. Many of these birds have very beautiful and colorful plumes, cool looking crests, and tail feathers.
It got me thinking, could you imagine if dinosaurs had these kinds of color schemes? Or do some of the weird mating displays these birds do? A lot of the birds were stunning like the flame bowerbird:
Or this Guianan Cock of the Rock, which has a very interesting mating display
Males gather in groups on the forest floor, when females show up, they’ll present their rear ends and do a little hop.
Could you imagine a group of Trex with their bums facing a female and just doing little hops for her attention?
Its a good show, commentary is great and its educational. Nice way of seeing our modern day dinosaurs and their colors. Maybe could be references to some hybrids in the future? :o.