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Types of ornamental aquarium fish - Tanks and bowls - Feeding - Breeding - Accessories - Diseases
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Barred cuckoo-dove (Macropygia unchall)
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The barred cuckoo-dove (Macropygia unchall) belongs to the family of doves and pigeons, Columbidae.
The barred cuckoo-dove species are distributed in India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, China, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia.
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Photo author: Dibyendu Ash | License: CC BY-SA 4.0
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Franklin's gull (Leucophaeus pipixcan)
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The Franklin's gull (Leucophaeus pipixcan) belongs to the family of gulls, terns and skimmers, Laridae.
The Franklin's gull species are distributed in North and South Americas. Vagrants of these gull species have been reported from Europe, Australia, Africa, Japan and India.
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Photo author: Forest & Kim Starr | License: CC BY 3.0
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Franklin's gull photos
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These gull species scavenge as well as seek suitable prey. They hover over water and take the prey near the water surface. They make shallow dives to catch prey. These gulls poke in wet grounds for invertebrates, especially earthworms. They scavenge at garbage dumps and fish plants.
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photo source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/sloalan/2059863093/ (cropped)
Author: ALAN SCHMIERER | License: Public domain as on 8/10/17

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Great snipe images
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Males perform courtship displays in a gathering of males known as 'leks'. The performance begins at dusk.
The male great snipes rattle their bills and make continuous clicking noises. They also stretch into a upright position and puff out their breasts. They raise and fan their tails exposing the white feathers.
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Author: Radovan Václav | License: CC BY-NC 2.0 as on 8/9/17
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Yellow-wattled lapwing photos
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The yellow-wattled lapwing species have the characteristic, prominent triangular yellow facial wattles at the base of the bill and forehead. There is a black or brownish black crown, separated by a border of thin white band. Excited bird can raise crown feathers.
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Author: Geetanjalidhar | License: CC BY-SA 3.0
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Great snipe (Gallinago media)
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The great snipe (Gallinago media) belongs to the family of sandpipers, curlews and snipes, Scolopacidae.
The great snipe species are distributed in Europe, western Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. These snipe species are experiencing steep population decline and are listed as 'Near Threatened' by IUCN.
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image source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Greatsnipe_1000_(cropped).jpg
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Eurasian wryneck images
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The Eurasian wryneck is small, slim and elongated, looking more like a thrush than a woodpecker. It can rotate its head up to 180 degrees and look virtually over the back.
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Author: Pepe Reigada | License: public domain

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Long-tailed broadbill photos
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The adult long-tailed broadbills have a helmet-like black cap and a glossy blue patch on the crown. There are lengthened yellow or yellowish green patches on each side of the occiput. There is a smaller glossy light blue patch on the nape.
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photo source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Psarisomus_dalhousiae_-_Kaeng_Krachan.jpg (cropped)
Author: JJ Harrison | License: CC BY-SA 3.0
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Blue-naped pitta (Hydrornis nipalensis)
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The blue-naped pitta (Hydrornis nipalensis) belongs to the family of pittas, Pittidae.
The blue-naped pitta species are distributed in India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, southern China, Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam.
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Large woodshrike (Tephrodornis virgatus)
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The large woodshrike (Tephrodornis virgatus) belongs to the family of flycatcher-shrikes, philentomas and woodshrikes, Tephrodornithidae.
The large woodshrike species are distributed in India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, southern China and southeast Asia. The scientific name of these woodshrike species is in dispute and they are also referred to as T. gularis.
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image source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Large_Woodshrike_Barambubu_Uttarakhand_India_02.02.2015.jpg (cropped)
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