Eventually growing to a height of narly 3 ½ feet feet, this newborn Malayan Great Argus pheasant chick is only a couple of inches tall at the moment. Hatched May 13 at SeaWorld San Diego, a breeding pair of Great Argus pheasants can be seen by guests on behind-the-scenes tours at the marine-life park.
Ready for take-off!
Little feathers close-up
Although not currently endangered, the bird is considered threatened due to declining numbers in the wild. The chick weighed only two ounces when it hatched.