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The water monitor is the largest species of monitor lizards, coming second after the Komodo Dragon. It is an "extreme carnivore" and will eat about any animal it thinks it can consume.

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White-bellied sea eagle,
They can be seen quite commonly in coastal areas, however at times they are seen inland too. Really skilled hunters, fish form nearly half of their diet.

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Gaurav Sinha Thanks guys!

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A pair of blue-tailed bee eaters in Yala. Insects, bees and wasps form a bulk of the prey for bee eaters. One can often see them thwacking prey on the branches to break the skeleton of their prey.
Yet to see blue-cheeked and chestnut headed bee eater, hope to see them soon!

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Record of a black-naped hare

Shikhar Parekh Wonderful!

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A pair of blue-tailed bee-eaters

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Lesser adjutant stork in its wetland habitat

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Painted stork
A large wader which spends most of its time in shallow waters looking for fish. I was told by our naturalist that by an age of 18 months, adult storks become voiceless. The only sounds they make after that age are slight moans and the clattering of their bills.

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Rajan R D Good depiction of habitat and their feeding behavior

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Gaurav Sinha Thank you everyone

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