An Indian parrot hatchling is fed by hand in Dimapur on July 24, 2013, after being caught in a forest by a local hunter and offered for sale in the north-eastern Indian state of Nagaland. Despite a ban since 1990-91 on trade in all India bird species, hundreds of parrots are collected and traded annually in India. They are taken from the wild and smuggled within India and to other countries. STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images
Photo Claude Creze
Jacobin Pigeon - photo Richard Bailey
HH: They look like they are wearing tiny fur coats but that is their feather pattern.
Native American Stone Popeye Bird - even more rare because it was carved with feet.
A Frizzle is a type of chicken with feathers that curl outwards, rather than lying flat as in most chickens. While many consider the Frizzle to be an entirely separate breed, it is not. Chickens from all breeds may have a frizzled appearance.
Boreal Owl in Lithuania