22 Colorful Animals Who Look Too Beautiful To Be Real

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1. Indian Peacock

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Where they’re found: Eastern Pakistan through India, south from the Himalayas to Sri Lanka.

2. Gouldian Finch

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Where they’re found: Northern Australia

3. Painted Bunting

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Where they’re found: Southern U.S., Central America

4. Chameleon

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Where they’re found: Continental Africa, Madagascar, southern Europe, south Asia. They have also been introduced to Hawaii, California, and Florida.

5. Southern Red Bishop

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Where they’re found: Southern Africa

6. Southern Crowned Pigeon

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Where they’re found: Southern New Guinea

7. Red and Yellow Barbet

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Where they’re found: Eastern Africa

8. Grey Crowned Crane

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Where they’re found: Sub-Saharan Africa

9. Common Kingfisher

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Where they’re found: Europe, Asia, North Africa

10. Mandarin Dragonet

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Where they’re found: Pacific Ocean, from the Ryukyu Islands south to Australia.

11. Poison Dart Frogs

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Where they’re found: Central and South America

12. Sunset Moth

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Where they’re found: Madagascar

13. Rainbow Lorikeet

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Where they’re found: Australia, eastern Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Hong Kong

14. Golden Pheasant

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Where they’re found: Western China, United Kingdom

15. Keel-Billed Toucan

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Where they’re found: Southern Mexico to Venezuela and Colombia

16. Mandrill

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Where they’re found: Southern Cameroon, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Congo

17. Nicobar Pigeon

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Where they’re found: Nicobar Islands, Malay Archipelago, Solomon Islands, Palau

18. California Red-Sided Garter Snake

Where they’re found: California (above pattern found in Marin County)

19. Lilac-Breasted Roller

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Where they’re found: Sub-Saharan Africa, southern Arabian peninsula

20. Leafy Seadragon

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Where they’re found: Along the southern and western coasts of Australia

21. Velvet-Purple Coronet

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Where they’re found: West Andean slope in western Colombia and north-western Ecuador

22. Mandarin Duck

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Where they’re found: Eastern Asia, Great Britain, Berlin, isolated areas of the U.S. (North Carolina and California)

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