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A disturbing fact about the Cormorants’ history is that they were exploited for their fishing skills by fishermen. In China, Japan, and Macedonia a knot was tied near the base of the bird’s throat, which allowed the bird only to swallow small fish. When the bird captured and tried to swallow a larger fish, the fish was caught in the bird’s throat. When the bird returned to the fisherman’s raft, the fisherman “helped” the bird to remove the fish from its throat.

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Diego has been a Multimedia Specialist since 2001 and filming, professionally since 1998. Diego’s current interests lie in exploring opportunities in new media, especially in digital video, digital photography and social media, integrated into web development.

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  • TeresaB
    TeresaBover 4 years ago

    November 4, 2010

  • Thank you. I Really appreciate the recognition.

    – Diego Re

  • AndreaEL
    AndreaELover 4 years ago

    Congratulations on your wonderful feature, brilliant work & well deserved.

  • Thank you for your comment.I love taking pictures of birds.

    – Diego Re

  • Chelei
    Cheleialmost 4 years ago

    Have you entered this beautiful bird into the Just Fun Feathered Friends Challenge?

  • Yes…I hope you vote for it! ;-)

    – Diego Re

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