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The phoenix has gold plumage around its neck.
It also has a purple body and an azure tail.
It has a crest on its throat, and it has a tuft of feathers on its head.
Its feathers are composed entirely of fire.
Its huge talons are razor sharp and could easily spear several men.
The talons themselves are about a half-foot long, three curved claws in front, and one larger jagged claw in the back.
The phoenix is the size of an eagle.
Its talons are about a half-foot long.
It has a long and slender beak.
The phoenix symbolizes immortality and life after death.
The phoenix is reborn through fire.
When a phoenix dies, it turns into ashes. From the ashes, a new phoenix is born.
Tears from the phoenix have healing powers.
The phoenix is associated with the Egyptian sun god Ra.