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Crested Wood Partridge Nest

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The art of subterfuge has been perfected by the evolution of birds over millions of years; a wonderful example being this nesting crested wood partridge, whose feathers blend in perfectly with the forest floor. This nest was hard enough to find within the known square footage of the aviary, can you imagine finding this in the Wilds of Borneo?

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