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Little Green Bee-Eater (Merops Orientalis)

The beautiful little green bee-eater (Merops orientalis) is an exquisite little bird with bright emerald green plumage. The little green bee-eater can be identified by a narrow black stripe on its throat, known as a "Gorget", as well as a black "mask" that runs through its crimson eyes. Also distinctive are the two central, long, narrow, black tail streamers.


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