Kingfisher, a little story
One species, the Pied Kingfisherhas a unique adaptation: a bony plate which slides across the eye when the bird hits the water. The Kingfisher will stab its prey, either with the bill closed or open, depending on the size of the prey. Kingfishers of all bird families kill their prey by beating them on the ground or perch to shatter the bones.
Many Kingfishers can eat prey that seems too large to fit in their mouths. Some species feed primarily on fish, frogs, crustaceans, crabs, crayfish, worms, mollusks, insects, spiders, centipedes, reptiles and even birds and mammals. Woodland and forest Kingfishers feed mainly on insects, especially enjoying grasshoppers, whereas those which dwell near water feed on amphibious prey.
The birds will spend between three and seven days working to complete their tunnel. Some birds attack their worksites so forcefully that they have fatally injured themselves as they fly into the tunnels during these excavations.
If they burrow into termitarium nests, the tunnels will be shorter; nests built into the soil will be longer.
Kingfisher, any of about 90 species of birds in three families (Alcedinidae, Their feet are small, and, with a few exceptions, the tail is short or medium-length.
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Contextual translation of "kingfisher bird essay" into Kannada. Human translations with examples: bird, kannada, ಮಿಂಚುಳ್ಳಿ ಹಕ್ಕಿ, ಕಿಂಗ್ಫಿಶರ್ ಹಕ್ಕಿ, ನವಿಲು ಹಕ್ಕಿ ಪ್ರಬಂಧ.