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Burmese pythons, which have already been observed attacking birds in the Florida Everglades, have now been seen eating those birds' eggs directly from the nest, according to new research from the Smithsonian Institution.
The Limpkin (Aramus guarauna), commonly known as Carrao, Courlan, or Crying Bird, is a bird that is found in marshes with some trees or scrub in the Caribbean, South America and southern Florida, USA. The Limpkin is 26inches long with a 40 inch wingspan. It is drably plumaged brown with a grayer head and neck. It has long legs and neck, and a long, yellowish bill. It feeds on small aquatic life, principally snails. This unobtrusive bird nests on the ground laying about six eggs. It has...
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