Scale-crested pygmy tyrant
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|Scale-crested pygmy tyrant|
It was given its name for the small crown-like ring of feathers on the top of its head. It raises these feathers both to attract a mate and to seem larger when frightened.
Not much is known about the habits or breeding of the bird.
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