Gyandomorph cardinal. Gynandromorphy in many species is due to chromosomal anomalies. But birds have a different chromosomal arrangement, which means this type of bilateral gynandromorphy is still a bit of a mystery.

Gyandomorph cardinal. Gynandromorphy in many species is due to chromosomal anomalies. But birds have a different chromosomal arrangement, which means this type of bilateral gynandromorphy is still a bit of a mystery.

(Source: malformalady, via bettafish-resistance)

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