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Blacksmith lapwing's portrait
The blacksmith lapwing lives next to water, alone, in couple or in small family groups. During nesting season, eggs are laid in a basic nest made of grasses and twigs over a natural depression. If a predator comes closer to the nest, the bird pretends to be injured to get its attention and to keep it away.
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