Undeniably, number one on the list is the Peacock. Famous for their bright blue and green feathers, Peacocks have striking eye- like patterns on their feathers that are mesmerising and elegant.

Mandarin Fish

The mandarin fish has a vibrant mix of orange, blue and green hues. Its beautiful patterns and bright colours make it a standout in coral reef ecosystems.

Scarlet Macaw

In the Central and South American rainforests, the scarlet macaw is a breathtaking sight with its vivid red, blue, and yellow feathers. One important aspect is its vibrant body.

Morpho Butterfly

The Morpho butterfly's wings have an intense blue colour that seems to change in different lighting conditions. Its shimmering wings are a marvel in all senses.

Bengal Tiger

The Bengal tiger's coat has a bright orange fur with dark black stripes. This majestic big cat's striking appearance is a symbol of strength and beauty.


The striking range of colors on mandrills' faces is impressive; they range from vivid blue to rich red. They are among the most unusual primates because of their colors.


Lionfishes have vibrant red, white, and black stripes along their bodies. Although very beautiful, they have venomous spines, making them formidable predators.

Harlequin Tusk fish

Harlequin tusk fishes have a mix of blue, purple, orange, and yellow. Their striking colouration makes them popular among marine aquariums.

Gouldian Finch

The Gouldian finch has a stunning combination of colours, including bright red, yellow, green, and blue. These small birds are native to Australia and are unfortunately nearly threatened.

Rainbow Lorikeet

Rainbow lorikeets are multicolored birds that include green, blue, yellow, orange, and red, as their name implies. Australia's woods and woodlands are home to these gregarious parrots.