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In Pictures: Birds of Bangladesh

Fluty double call; males black and females speckled (Cuckoo family). Most of the cuckoo birds are brood parasites, meaning they lay their eggs in another birds’ nest.

In Pictures Birds of Bangladesh
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Cuckoo locally called (Kokil) sit on branch of a tree and eating fruit at Dhaka in Bangladesh.

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  • id:3934885
  • date:14 February 2014
  • dimensions:15.72 x 11.92 in. (4716 x 3576 px)
  • dpi:300dpi
  • file size in memory:51.26 MB
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Fluty double call; males black and females speckled (Cuckoo family). Most of the cuckoo birds are brood parasites, meaning they lay their eggs in another birds’ nest.

Details
  • id:3934885
  • date:14 February 2014
  • dimensions:15.72 x 11.92 in. (4716 x 3576 px)
  • dpi:300dpi
  • file size in memory:51.26 MB
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