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    European BeeEater

  • Lori Paquette

    Colorful array of feathered friends

  • KittyElectrick

    José Luis Rodríguez encountered these European Bee-eaters forming a nature-made optical illusion. Together they look like a caterpillar covering a branch. Great photo!

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    Best Timed Animal Photos -

  • Lee Devine

    Row of Colorful Bird Looks Kind of Like a Caterpillar......... OMG, I thought it WAS a caterpillar!!! Great pic!

  • Mayela Lopez

    Nine beautiful birds sitting on one branch look like a colourful - when I first saw this, I thought it WAS a catepillar!

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