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Black and Yellow Broadbill (Eurylaimus ochromalus)

The Black and Yellow Broadbill (Eurylaimus ochromalus) is from south-east Asia and the Indonesia region (I saw it in Borneo). It is one of the most droll looking birds, and member of a family restricted to Africa and Asia. They are not much larger than sparrow.

Bee-eaters are slender birds with long, thin beaks and bright colours. Various species are found in Africa and southern Asia, with one species found in southern and central Europe, and one species found in Australia. In spite of their thin beaks they regularly catch bees and other flying insects in mid-air.

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