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Cabot's tragopan (Tragopan caboti) commemorates the ornithologist Samuel Cabot III (1815-1885), an American physician, surgeon, and ornithologist. Also known as the Chinese tragopan and the yellow-bellied tragopan, it is a pheasant found in the hilly evergreen forests of south-east China. The head of the male is black with reddish-orange streaks on either side and on the neck and similar-coloured bare skin on the cheeks and around the eye. Below the beak dangle blue and orange decorative, inflatable wattles and there are a pair of fleshy blue "horns" over the eyes.
Cabot tragopan, female