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  • Denise

    Beautiful colors of one little bird!

  • Chaney Hicks

    Beautiful bird, Lilac Breasted Roller found in Sub-Saharan Africa & Arabian Peninsula. Male and female are similarly colored. Will take on raptors in defense of their nest. Mainly eat lizards, snails, insects.

  • Dominic Turcotte

    I ? #Baby Dogs

  • Katlynn Koch

    Lilac-Breasted #cute baby Animals #Baby Animals|

  • FUN Is The Answer

    So pretty in a bold, confident - yet humble way! Love it! Lilac-breasted Roller (by MNesterpics) #bird #animal #photography

  • Kathleen Kaminski

    colorful bird closeup.

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