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Catch me if you can.. This bird had a bee which it regurgitated.. Till then it was so uncomfortable that the other bees were flying around and it had to remain quite.. 70-300,D5200,Green Bee-eater,Merops orientalis,Mumbai,Nikon,NikonD5200,Tamron,abhitap,asia,bhandup,bird,birding,birds,incredibleindia,india,maharashtra,wildlife Click/tap to enlarge

    comments (6)

  1. That's some awesome timing! Poor bee :) Posted 5 years ago
    1. thank you :) Posted 4 years ago
  2. Suicide bee-er ;) Posted 4 years ago
    1. haha :) Posted 4 years ago
  3. That looks like a wasp :)
    What happened next??
    Posted 4 years ago
    1. It flew after it was finished with regurgitation.. and instead of this wasp.. It caught a plain tiger butterfly.. Posted 4 years ago

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The green bee-eater is a near passerine bird in the bee-eater family. It is resident but prone to seasonal movements and is found widely distributed across sub-Saharan Africa from Senegal and the Gambia to Ethiopia, the Nile valley, western Arabia and Asia through India to Vietnam. They are mainly insect eaters and they are found in grassland, thin scrub and forest often quite far from water. Several regional plumage variations are known and several subspecies have been named.

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Uploaded Dec 11, 2014. Captured Oct 12, 2014 10:48.
  • NIKON D5200
  • f/7.1
  • 1/2500s
  • ISO320
  • 280mm