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Waterbird

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Anhinga novaehollandiae, Australasian Darter. Large, slim waterbird found in Australia, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea. Common around waterways, where it perches on trees and branches above the water, often holding its wings out to dry. Typical habitat is freshwater or brackish wetlands more than 0.5 m deep with fallen trees or logs and vegetated banks; less commonly in inland saltwater areas. It eats a wide variety of fish such as Australian smelt, bony bream and queensland mouth breeder. Waterbird, Bird Sculpture, Animals Images, Wetland, Autumn Trees, Breeders, Saltwater, Beautiful Birds, Habitats

Anhinga novaehollandiae, Australasian Darter. Large, slim waterbird found in Australia, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea. Common around waterways, where it perches on trees and branches above the water, often holding its wings out to dry. Typical habitat is freshwater or brackish wetlands more than 0.5 m deep with fallen trees or logs and vegetated banks; less commonly in inland saltwater areas. It eats a wide variety of fish such as Australian smelt, bony bream and queensland mouth breeder.

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Beau Bellman
Sarkidiornis melanotos, Knob-billed Duck. Large bicolored waterbird. Occurs throughout much of Africa, India and Southeast Asia. Found in freshwater rivers, lakes, and marshes where it is usually uncommon. It breeds in still freshwater swamps and lakes in the tropics. It is largely resident, apart from dispersion in the wet season. It feeds on vegetation by grazing or dabbling and to a lesser extent on small fish, invertebrates, and seeds. Normally silent except for a low croak when flushed. Waterbird, Small Fish, Invertebrates, Swamp, Uncommon, Southeast Asia, Fresh Water, Duck, Breeds

Sarkidiornis melanotos, Knob-billed Duck. Large bicolored waterbird. Occurs throughout much of Africa, India and Southeast Asia. Found in freshwater rivers, lakes, and marshes where it is usually uncommon. It breeds in still freshwater swamps and lakes in the tropics. It is largely resident, apart from dispersion in the wet season. It feeds on vegetation by grazing or dabbling and to a lesser extent on small fish, invertebrates, and seeds. Normally silent except for a low croak when flushed.

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B.E. Strümpfelbach