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Silver-breasted Broadbill
Serilophus lunatus


  Habitat: tropical forests.
  Feeding habits: peck from tree branches or leaves with its bill
  Food: insects and fruits.
  Size: its body shape is similar with sparrows. It has a full body length of 18 cm; weight: 30 g.
  Habits: Silver-breasted broadbill is a kind of rare resident bird. The outer appearances of male and female birds have slight differences. Normally, female bird has a silver ring on its breast. They often act over the top layer of tropical forests in small groups. They utter soft sounds like "di,di" to communicate with one another. They play very good teamwork. If one bird is caught, the rest of its group will hover around and try to rescue it. The result is that they are all caught at last. 
  Category: Ave, Passeriformes, Eurylaimidae
  Distribution: South Yunnan and South China.
  Level of protection: Class I key protection animal of China

 

 

 

 

 

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