Hide and Seek with Wildlife: Part 6

Here is another quick quiz before the weekend.
Find the wildlife in this photograph.

Mumbai, August 2019

Look for me!

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On the top right of the photograph, there is a White-throated Fantail Flycatcher perched on the thin branch.  

This bird is a rather common and vocal bird in Mumbai. It is called “fantail” because it spreads its tail to look like a fan. Each time it moves from branch to branch, you will see it spread its tail feathers in the form of a fan, thus earning its name. To know more about the bird, visit here.

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My name is Adithi Muralidhar. I am a nature enthusiast based in Mumbai, India.

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