Species: P. minor
The member of this family are perhaps best known for the striking plumage possessed by the male of most species, which are used in courtship displays in order to attract females. Many species also have highly elongated and elaborate feathers extending from the tail, wings or head. Despite this extravagant plumage, they are anatomically among the most primitive songbirds.
The Birds of paradise are members of the family Paradisaeidae of the order Passeriformes. They are found in Australasia regions of Eastern Indonesia, New Guinea and Northeastern Australia.