There are more than 325 species of hummingbirds in the world, and all of them are in the Western Hemisphere. The eight species that regularly visit the United States, however, are all rather plain when compared to the outstanding plumage of the tropical hummingbirds found throughout Central and South America. This gallery of exotic hummingbird species highlights some of the most lovely and outstanding hummingbirds with their brilliant colors, unusual feathers and spectacular plumage adaptations.
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|Horned Sungem||Marvelous Spatuletail||Snowcap||Sword-Billed Hummingbird|
|Golden-Breasted Puffleg||Violet-Tailed Sylph||Black-Throated Mango||White-Throated Hummingbird|
|Brown Inca||Black-Billed Streamertail||Amazilia Hummingbird||Plovercrest|
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