Do You Know? Lyrebird, the Melodious Singer in the Forest

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The lyrebird is a melodious voiced bird. So melodious, the lyrebird is dubbed as a singer in the middle of the forest.

  • Lyrebirds are native to Australia. This bird is found in southeastern Australia and between New South Wales and Queensland.
  • There are two types of the lyrebird, namely Lyrebird Menura novaehollandiae and Albert’s Lyrebird Menura alberti.
  • The female lyrebird is 74-84 cm long. While the male lyrebird’s body length is 80-98 cm.
  • Lyrebird is famous for its melodious voice. In addition, Lyrebird can also imitate sounds around it. In fact, some lyrebirds that are kept in captivity can imitate baby sounds.
  • The male lyrebird has a very beautiful tail. The long tail blooms when it attracts the attention of the female lyrebird.
  • Oh yes, the lyrebird has strong legs and short wings. They include birds that rarely fly.
  • Lyrebirds mostly walk on the ground in search of food.
  • Shhh… the lyrebird is a shy bird. He is very difficult to approach. Lyrebirds can be found in the Dandenong Ranges National Park, Kinglake National Park in Melbourne, and Royal National Park in Sydney.

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