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|Syntarsus (Dinosaur) ©Jeffrey Whiting/Science Art
Named for its fused tarus bones, this small, quick predator might have hopped and might have been warm-blooded.;
Bat-eared Fox Portrait, © Carel Brest van Kempen/Science Art
Termite specialists, these foxes, have exceptional teeth and excavate complex tunnel networks.;
One Fig At A Time ©Gamini Ratnavira/Science Art
Great Indian Hornbills, found in the Indian subcontinent, are at risk to cask-hunters and deforestation.;
Fanny Got Bling © Andrew Denman/Science Art
Victoria Crowned Pigeons are capable of “stunning, for instance, a threatening snake with a powerful karate-chop like blow.";
Golden Eagle, Magdalena, NM (Aquila chrysaetos) © Julie Zickefoose/Science Art
Gliding and soaring are the sort of economical flight expected in a big bird with a huge home range.