Comb-crested Jacana is a long legged and black crowned water bird native to the South East Asia and it is particularly known for its plump and red wattle. For it’s beautiful crown and red wattle why not call it as the charming prince of wetlands? Some people also recognize this bird as Lilytrotter or the Lotusbird as it lives in the floating vegetation of tropical freshwater wetlands. The population of Comb-crested Jacana is relatively small but it is wide-spread in a long range. The diet of Comb-crested Jacana includes seeds and small aquatic species extracting from floating plants or the water surface. Comb-crested Jacana is polyandry in nature and the female mates with more than two males. The pair builds a delicate nest on the floating surfaces on which the female lays four lustrous, pale brown eggs covered by black markings. The interesting fact is that only males incubate. The vocalization of Comb-crested Jacana is a squeaky, high-pitched chattering. The scientific name of Comb-crested Jacana is Irediparra gallinacean.