This animal papercraft is a Robin, created by gansuke. Robin, either of two species of thrushes distinguished by an orange or dull reddish breast. The American robin, a large North American thrush, is one of the most familiar songbirds in the eastern United States. Early colonial settlers named it robin because its breast colour resembled that of a smaller thrush, the European robin.
The name robin is also applied to a dozen other chat-thrushes in the genera Erithacus and Tarsiger, as well as to a few other related species, notably the Indian robin, which is about 15 cm (6 inches) long, with black plumage set off by a white shoulder patch and reddish patches on the underparts.
The term robin is frequently placed in combination with other names - e.g., bush-robin, scrub-robin, robin-chat, magpie-robin, Pekin robin. Certain unrelated ground-feeding, thrushlike flycatchers of the family Muscicapidae, of Australia and New Guinea, are also called robins. Familiar in Australia is the scarlet robin, a species 11 cm (4.5 inches) tall, marked with black, white, and bright scarlet.