Red Lory.......

jdmphotography

CAMBRIDGESHIRE, United Kingdom

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Origin: Islands of Indonesia pollen, fruits

In the wild, lories feed on nectar, pollen, fruits, and the occasional insect. All lories have a tongue that is specially adapted with a brush-like tip composed of elongated papillae. This feature enables the birds to collect pollen from flowers and compress it into a form suitable for swallowing. They play a major role in the pollinating or trees and flowering plants in their native Indonesia coastal and mountain forests.

They play a major role in the pollinating or trees and flowering plants in their native Indonesia coastal and mountain forests.

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