Fascinating bird species with strong sexual dimorphism, featured on coins

The lyrebird is renowned for being a bird species with strong sexual dimorphism, characterized by its peculiar and extravagant plumage in male birds. It is also featured on the reverse side of the Australian ten-cent coin.

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The superb lyrebird, scientifically known as Menura novaehollandiae, is a large-sized bird measuring approximately 1 meter in length. It is the largest and third-heaviest bird in the Passerine order, which includes perching birds. (image: sohucs.)
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The superb lyrebird, or Menura novaehollandiae, has a brown upper body and a grayish-brown underbody. It has rounded wings and strong legs.
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The superb lyrebird is an endemic species of Australia. They are found in the southeastern part of the country, ranging from southern Victoria to southeastern Queensland. (image: staticflickr)
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The superb lyrebird was chosen to be featured on the reverse side of the Australian 10-cent coin.
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The diet of the superb lyrebird consists of small invertebrates found in the forest or within fallen logs.
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Superb lyrebirds typically breed during the winter season. During the mating season, the male birds often sing for nearly an hour and use their beautiful tail plumage to court their potential mates.
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The female lyrebird lays only one egg and takes responsibility for incubating the egg and caring for the offspring.