The Gorgeous Secretary Bird Looks Like A Pixar Movie Character

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The Gorgeous Secretary Bird Looks Like A Pixar Movie Character

The most beautiful is the eyelashes that can cause the makeup model to feel jealous, like the characters in a fixar movie might even be more beautiful.

All of God's creations must be very beautiful and interesting, and so is this bird. In addition to having a handsome body shape, the most beautiful is the eyelashes that can cause the makeup model to feel jealous, like the characters in a fixar movie might even be more beautiful.

Well, that's how unique the secretary bird is. The secretary bird (Sagittarius Serpentarius) belongs to the hawks and eagles family. The large raptor gets the name of 'secretary bird', thanks to its quill-like crests on the back of its head. For many, it resembles an 18th-century clerk with pens tucked into his wig, as reported by Bored Panda.

Image credits: Brian Connolly

And one of the bird's ardent admirers is wildlife photographer Brian Connolly who has been photographing nature for over 10 years. “From what I’ve seen, the secretary bird is truly unique,” he told Bored Panda, adding that the secretary bird never ceases to amaze him. “They hunt snakes on the ground by stomping them with their dinosaur-looking legs and talons.”

Image credits: Brian Connolly

“The challenges of photographing secretary birds are similar to photographing any wildlife,” Connolly said. “They move quickly and getting them sharp and in focus is always a challenge.”

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The bird feeds upon a variety of prey, including snakes that are often their most common food, especially on the African grasslands. Although it is a common notion that the secretary bird hunts its prey by flying, but it actually hunts on foot. It can also travel over as fast as 18 miles (30 km) a day in search of snakes, insects, and other animals. They usually feed “The challenges of photographing secretary birds are similar to photographing any wildlife,” Connolly said. “They move quickly and getting them sharp and in focus is always a challenge.”

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The bird feeds upon a variety of prey, including snakes that are often their most common food, especially on the African grasslands. upon snakes such as Adders and even Cobras. The secretary birds also consume lizards, amphibians, rodents, and bird eggs.

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Kevin is a major character in Pixar's 2009 animated film and although the bird is a female, she shares many traits with male birds. Her character was inspired by the male Himalayan Monal pheasant. She is a giant, South American bird and the main target of Charles Muntz.

Image credits: Brian Connolly

Meanwhile, there is another short film made by Pixar titled "For the Birds" which is directed by Ralph Eggleston. It won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film in 2001 after it premiered on June 5, 2000, at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival in France. If you can recall, it was shown alongside the theatrical release of the 2001 Disney/Pixar feature film Monsters, Inc.

Image credits: Brian Connolly

Image credits: Brian Connolly

Image credits: Brian Connolly

Image credits: Brian Connolly

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Image credits: Brian Connolly

Image credits: Brian Connolly

Image credits: Brian Connolly

Image credits: Brian Connolly

More info and source: bored panda National Geographic India I

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