The phrase “odd bird” doesn’t come close to describing this creature. Found in the rainforest of New Guinea, the superb bird-of-paradise looks like a little black bird most of the time. However, during mating season, the male bird goes all out to find a mate.
The frilled-neck lizard of Australia is a brownish-gray lizard. Nothing is special about it – until you scare it. When threatened, this lizard raises up on its hind legs and fans a bright red frill around its neck, velociraptor style.
Smart trial lawyers are well-versed in the laws of man. Brilliancy in the courtroom demands appreciation of the laws of man and the rules of Mother Nature. Over the years, I’ve collected a few examples of Mother Nature’s lessons worthy of courtroom consideration.