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biomorphosis:

Swallow-tailed Bee-eater - as the name suggests eats large proportion of their diet made up of bees and wasps. Unusual characteristics of the Bee-eater are the tendency of in-flight prey capture instead of land or perch based static bee or insect hunting. The captured bee or wasp gets slammed against the nearby wood or branch to get rid for the stinger and drain venom. 

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biomorphosis:

Swallow-tailed Bee-eater - as the name suggests eats large proportion of their diet made up of bees and wasps. Unusual characteristics of the Bee-eater are the tendency of in-flight prey capture instead of land or perch based static bee or insect hunting. The captured bee or wasp gets slammed against the nearby wood or branch to get rid for the stinger and drain venom. 

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montereybayaquarium:

This is how WE break out the bubbly.
Have a great one!

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montereybayaquarium:

This is how WE break out the bubbly.

Have a great one!

:)

sdzoo:

Some of the best moments of 2013. See the entire album.

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astronomy-to-zoology:

Phanaeus difformis

…a species dung beetle (Scarabaeinae) that is native to the southwestern United States and Mexico. Adults are typicall active from April to October and are often seen in open areas with sandy soils. Like the related P. vindex P. difformis will dig burrows beneath animal excrement and lay their eggs in the excrement. The grubs will then feed on the excrement until they pupate.

Classification

Animalia-Arthropoda-Insecta-Coleoptera-Polyphaga-Scarabaeoidea-Scarabaeidae-Scarabaeinae-Phanaeus-P. difformis

Images: Seth Patterson and Steven Barney

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rhamphotheca:

The owl that barks? 
Short-eared Owls (Asio flammeus) are somewhat common in North America, although they are listed as endangered in some states. Their scratchy barking call is the easiest way to identify them. Learn how the state of Michigan is working to protect habitat for Short-eared Owls: Birding WireUSFWS photo: Dan Dzurisin

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rhamphotheca:

The owl that barks?

Short-eared Owls (Asio flammeus) are somewhat common in North America, although they are listed as endangered in some states. Their scratchy barking call is the easiest way to identify them.

Learn how the state of Michigan is working to protect habitat for Short-eared Owls: Birding Wire

USFWS photo: Dan Dzurisin

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