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A woodland kingfisher on the lookout
The woodland kingfisher may be identified by its bicolor beak. Indeed, its upper mandibule is orange, whereas its lower mandibule is black. It usually hunts from a perch, from where preys are located. It is able to catch flying insects in midair, such as beetles or dragonflies, or even to attack lizards and rodents on the ground.
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