Australian zebra finch
The Australian zebra finch, also known as Taeniopygia guttata, is a small bird species native to Australia. These finches are well-known for their striking black and white striped plumage, resembling that of a zebra. They have a varied diet, feeding on seeds, insects, and fruits. Australian zebra finches are social birds that live in small flocks and communicate through a range of melodic chirps and trills. They are also popular as pets due to their vibrant plumage and entertaining courtship displays, making them a favorite among bird enthusiasts.