The list below shows a sampling of people, animals or even plants, so taken by the beauty and popularity of the Redscowl Bluesingsky that they couldn't help but copy its look and/or behaviour. Hence, they are classed under…
Redscowl Bluesingsky Copycats …which is an interesting subset of the living world in its own right.
Tree frogs are considered to be master R.B. Copycats. Both in appearance (look at the blue extremities and the red glare) and in song. Had the original Redscowl Bluesingsky not been a bird, then it definitely would have been a frog. Some people believe that tree frogs are actually reincarnations of the birds we love so much.
The mandril is already halfway there, but he seems to prefer his blueness in the face as well as the red scowl. Still a nice stab at it.Picture kindly provided by damisela.com
This guy – however – seems to have absolutely no clue how to properly mimic the Redscowl. This is an exceptionally poor effort, which in fact belongs in the Redscowl Copycat copycat
This is not a living being, but at least it resembles one. This piece of art is a good example of the RB
idea made three-dimensional.Picture kindly provided by ferringallery.com
Even plants take part in the quest for Redscowl-Bluesingsky-ness. Okay, it took a so-called false-colour composite method to come up with this picture, but since it's just a plant – albeit a meat-eater – we can't be picky. Nice red "face" and blue "fingers", and if it had a brain it would probably recite poems all day long while chewing on flies and crickets.Picture kindly provided by naturfotograf.com
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