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2007-10-27-Green-Cay

A female Anhinga with a freshly speared Brim impaled on it's beak.

The Anhinga spears it's prey with it's pointed beak like an arrow. Sometimes the Anhinga's thrust is so powerful that it has to swim to shore and pry the fish off it's beak by rubbing it against a rock or tree branch.

2007 by Peter Schulz