If you beg loud enough you will get fed. The Dusky Moorhen chick being fed by one of the parents. Note the baby wings on the chick pointing upwards.
Dusky Moorhen chick busy feeding on the lake shore.
When I first saw this eye I felt sure it had to be a fungal growth of some kind. Then the bush stone-curlew opened the eye and I realized that it had to be the most unusual nictitating membrane that I have ever seen.
The female Forest Kingfisher feeding a Rocket Frog to her two chicks in the nest. The forest kingfishers excavate a hollow into termite mound up on a tree, making it into a nest.
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A Brahman Bull feeding on water plants growing in the lake. Late afternoon shot.
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Platypus image shot very late in the afternoon. It would appear, judging by some of the images, that the platypus is able to retract the claws in the front feet whilst swimming, to reduce the drag.
Platypus image shot very late in the afternoon. There is a tortoise coming up slowly below the platypus.
Platypus image shot very late in the afternoon.
Platypus surfacing after sunset.
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