Great Frigate Bird
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|GREAT FRIGATE BIRD|
The frigatebird (also known as the man of war bird and the pirate bird) is a species of sea-bird found in warmer, tropical regions. Frigatebirds are thought to be most closely related to pelicans giving rise to another name for them, which is the frigate pelican.
The frigatebird is a large species of sea-bird that has an enormous wingspan that often exceeds two meters in length. Male frigatebirds are most commonly known for their red throat pouch, which are inflated to attract female frigatebirds during the mating season.
Frigatebirds are generally black in colour although some frigatebirds look slightly browner than black. Outside of the mating season, male frigatebirds and female frigatebirds can be easily identified due to the fact that the female frigatebird has a white patch on her underside.
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Hi Manyee, Great head shot of this bird. Wonderful sharpness and details. Awesome natural colours with good night. Thank for sharing
- [2014-01-14 14:51]
Hi Manyee,a magnificent portrait of this fregate,great details and colors but the jewels are the reflections so fantastics in the black eye,i like it!! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano