The adult male Orange-bellied Parrot has bright green upper part, a blue frontal forehead band, edged with pale blue, yellowish-green face throat and breast and yellow abdomen with a central orange patch extending to the vent.
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Australian Little Penguin (Eudyptula minor novaehollandiae)
Penguins are flightless seabirds. The Little Penguin is the smallest of all penguins. Standing about 30 to 35 cm in height, it weighs approximately one kilogram when fully grown.
Southern Cassowary (Casuarius casuarius johnsonii)
The cassowary’s large body is covered in coarse, black, hair-like feathers. Females can stand up to 1.7 metres tall, weighing in at up to 65kg. Three broad populations of cassowary exist in two regions of northern Queensland – two populations in Cape York, and one in the Wet Tropics.
Helmeted Honeyeater (Lichenostomus melanops cassidix)
The Helmeted Honeyeater is a striking yellow, olive and black, medium-sized (200mm) honeyeater with a distinctive yellow crown and ear tufts that contrast boldly with black sides of the head. The forehead has a distinctive short crest, or helmet, of erect yellow feathers. Sexes are alike but are size dimorphic with males slightly heavier (32-36g) than females (28-32g).