Very discriminating in diet. Often seen scratching in the undergrowth. Subsists on irrationality, short-lived variety only.
Flies very high. Reports of bombardier behavior (unsubstantiated).
Flies backwards looking in mirror. Seldom seen without a factor model.
High Frequency Quant
Flies backwards really, really fast. Voraciously consumes data.
Takes on many positions such as straddling, strangling, spreading like a butterfly. Wide variety of calls. Often seen in delta hedges.
Exquisite eyesight, possibly sees things that aren’t even there. Has distinctive head and shoulders.
Flits from place to place. Generally emaciated.
There is a subspecies, Cramer’s Tipchaser (credulus amazingii cramerii), that gathers in large flocks around televisions. Temporarily devastates the places it forages.
Constantly pecking, often on bare ground. Roosts at dusk.
Very timid, seems to have the condition of learned helplessness.
Bright plumage, loud call. Adept at giving rational explanations for random events.
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