No. They lay smoothly on a bird. The reason it tickles people is because of the
way you put it on someone, end first. Causes the fibers to pan out.
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Apr 6, 2016 ... The male bird of paradise from Papua New Guinea uses its coiled tail feather in a
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Jul 23, 1991 ... Before he came along, the feathers for flies were generally byproducts of birds
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Early Accounts of Birds and Feathers Used by the Southwest Indians ..... They
also planted feathers in their fields and used them to tickle their throats to induce