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Information on health care & nutrition- Super foods- Vitamins- Minerals- Malnutrition- Deficiency diseases
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Spot-bellied eagle-owl (Bubo nipalensis)
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The diet of these spot-bellied eagle-owl species is mostly birds. Several species of mammals (of manageable size), a variety of birds (especially pheasants), reptiles (including large monitor lizards), amphibians and fish are their primary food. They have been observed to feed on the carcasses of goats and tigers.
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Image source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Spot-bellied_Eagle-Owl_by_N.A._Nazeer.jpg
Image author: N. A. Naseer / www.nilgirimarten.com / naseerart@gmail.com| License: CC BY-SA 2.5 IN (cropped)
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Banded bay cuckoo (Cacomantis sonneratii)
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he banded bay cuckoo species are brood-parasites, laying eggs in the nest of other birds and relying on the host to raise their young. These banded bay cuckoo species are distributed in Indian subcontinent, China and Southeast Asian countries.
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Nicobar parakeet
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The Nicobar parakeet (Psittacula caniceps) is approaching the thresholds for being Vulnerable, under the range size criterion, under the population trend criterion and also under the population size criterion. Loss of habitat and trapping of adults and juveniles for pet trade are the main threats that may endanger the survival of these parakeet species.
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Image source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:PalaeornisCanicepsGould.jpg
Image author: John Gould | License: Public domain

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Pale-capped pigeon
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The pale-capped pigeon species have purplish-maroon plumage on the upperparts. The underparts, ear-coverts and throat are pinkish chestnut in color. The side of the neck is slaty gray and has faint green gloss. The undertail is slaty gray.
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Image source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:ColumbaPunicea.jpg
Image author: Henrik Grönvold | License: Public domain

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Painted sandgrouse (_Pterocles indicus-)
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The painted sandgrouse nest is a scrape in the ground. The typical painted sandgrouse clutch contains 2 to 3 oval, buff colored cryptic eggs. Both the parents incubate the eggs. The chicks hatch out in about 23 days. The hatchlings are precocial and are covered with down feathers. They follow the parent and learn to identify their food.
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Image source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Painted_Sandgrouse_(male)-3379.jpg
Image author: Rudraksha Chodankar | License: CC BY-SA 4.0

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Watercock (Gallicrex cinerea)
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The watercock males have black-gray plumage and extended red frontal shield and red horn. The females have brown plumage, which is paler on the underside. The plumage in females is streaked and barred with darker markings.
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Image author: Koshy Koshy | License: CC BY 2.0
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Common gull-billed tern (Gelochelidon nilotica)
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The diet of these common gull-billed tern species is mostly insects. Fish, crabs, amphibians, lizards, aerial and aquatic insects and chicks of other birds are the primary food. They are found to scavenge around fishing boats and ships. These terns hawk insects on the wing.
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Image author: Sergey Yeliseev | License: CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 (as on 22/02/17)
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Brown skua (Catharacta antarctica)
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The breeding season of these brown skua species is from September to December. Loose breeding colonies are formed. These birds are monogamous and highly territorial and attack intruders. Quite often breeding territories are occupied by trios, comprising one female and two males.
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Image source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Stercorarius_antarcticus_-Godthul,_South_Georgia,_British_Overseas_Territories,_UK_-landing-8.jpg
Image author: Liam Quinn | License: CC BY-SA 2.0 (as on 21/02/17)
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Malabar pied hornbill (Anthracoceros coronatus)
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The breeding season of these Malabar pied hornbill species is from March to September in India. These birds are monogamous in nature, usually pairing for life. They nest in tree cavities near the canopy. The same nesting site may be used in consecutive breeding seasons by the same pair.
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Image source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:MpHornbill_DSC_7392.jpg
Image author: T. R. Shankar Raman | License: CC BY-SA 4.0

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Rock eagle-owl (Bubo bengalensis)
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The rock eagle-owl species are moderately forest dependent. These species occur in altitudes from 0 to 2400 meters. They inhabit artificial ecosystems as well as natural cave, rock and forest ecosystems.
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Image source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Bengalese_Eagle_Owl.jpg
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