Distribution: central China, eastern Himalayas, and northern Myanmar
The Temminck's Tragopan is 68cm long and it lives in the evergreen mountainous regions or mixed forests alone or in families. It perches on tree branches at night. When showing off, the males' laryngeal pouches become inflated and have blue and red designs. The males also erect their blue horns at the same time. Buds, tender sprouts and seeds are their main food, but they also eat insects. They are easily tamed and bred fast.
They receive second grade national protection.