Cape white-eye

Cape white-eye

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Credit: PETER CHADWICK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Cape white-eye (Zosterops capensis) hanging upside down to reach the nectar of a flower. This bird is endemic to southern Africa, and feeds mainly on insects, but also on fruit, grains, nectar and other flower parts. It is named for the ring of white plumage around its eyes. Photographed in the De Hoop Nature Reserve, South Africa.

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