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No, you aren't seeing things. It's Santa. With a pigeon head. Riding an ostrich. Of course it is. Don't try to make sense of it; it's probably the strangest Christmas decoration you're ever going to see, and so of course you must have it. Maybe you can invent your own backstory. Maybe it will even become a beloved television special. It certainly should make reindeer nervous. The glass Santa Pigeon Tree Topper is 10.5" (26.7 cm) tall and fits the top of your tree or stands on its own.
Are you curious...?
The common domestic pigeon is descended from the rock pigeon, which was the world's first domesticated bird. Pigeons are mentioned in 5,000-year-old hieroglyphs and they might have first been tamed as long as 10,000 years ago. Their homing ability made them invaluable message carriers, particularly in wartime. Pigeons have been awarded mlitary medals for their role in saving human lives. Pigeons are our friends.
Ostriches, on the other hand, are notoriously mean-tempered creatures with a powerful kick. They recognize humans as predators and try to avoid us in the wild, but if cornered they become very aggressive, and can disembowel a person with one swipe of their claws. So why is Santa Pigeon riding one? In Africa, ostriches are often ridden with saddles, like horses (but a lot harder to control), and ostrich racing is big in South Africa.
OK, that still doesn't explain Santa Pigeon, but that's the best we've got.