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So I randomly decided to just Google "Tumucumaque" thinking I might find some pictures of that beautiful peacock in its wild habitat. Instead, I got a little surprise. While no one has posted any more pictures of them from their wild habitat, other than the ones on the Tinctorius Morph Guide, I did find a picture somebody posted to the Tumucumaque National Park on Google Maps that look strikingly similar to Brazilian Yellowheads. Last I heard, no one was really sure where exactly Brazilian Yellowheads came from. While judging by phenotype is a terrible way to identify the origins of a specimen, it can be fun to speculate sometimes. So here you go, enjoy this beautiful tinc in its natural habitat!


Photo credit to Jarlisson Davi who posted this photo to Google Maps. Click on the picture to be taken to the posted image on Google Maps.
 
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