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African Spoonbills along Olifants River
The African Spoonbill is recognizable by its long, broad beak and spatulate, which allows it to filter the water and to keep all kinds of invertebrates and small vertebrates (small crustaceans, worms, larvae of insects, small fish ...). It needs to feed on large expanses of shallow open water.
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