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An Australian Tawny Frogmouth during feeding time
Updated: 2004-09-27 15:59

An Australian Tawny Frogmouth opens its mouth to receive a mouse from it's keeper during feeding time at Sydney's Taronga Zoo September 27, 2004. The nocturnal frogmouth has feathers that look very similar to a bunch of dry leaves and twigs, enabling it to remain extremely well camouflaged among the eucalyptus forests it inhabits. [Reuters]