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Friday, November 22, 2013

Two Vulturine Guinea Fowl mirror each other front to back. Resembling a vulture because of its bare head and neck, 'this guineafowl is terrestrial, and will run rather than fly when alarmed. Despite the open habitat, it tends to keep to cover, and roosts in trees. It makes loud chink-chink-chink-chink-chink calls.'

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Two Vulturine Guinea Fowl mirror each other front to back. Resembling a vulture because of its bare head and neck, 'this guineafowl is terrestrial, and will run rather than fly when alarmed. Despite the open habitat, it tends to keep to cover, and roosts in trees. It makes loud chink-chink-chink-chink-chink calls.'
Two Vulturine Guinea Fowl mirror each other front to back. Resembling a vulture because of its bare head and neck, 'this guineafowl is terrestrial, and will run rather than fly when alarmed. Despite the open habitat, it tends to keep to cover, and roosts in trees. It makes loud chink-chink-chink-chink-chink calls.'
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Underwater Ink Photographs by Alberto Seveso
Underwater Ink Photographs by Alberto Seveso
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