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Eurasian hoopoe (Upupa epops).
 


Eurasian Hoopoe  (Upupa epops). The species is highly distinctive, with a long, thin tapering bill that is black with a fawn base. The strengthened musculature of the head allows the bill to be opened when probing inside the soil.

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AMARJEETSINH JHALA

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Photo Information for Eurasian hoopoe (Upupa epops).

Taken with NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D7200

  • 500 mm
  • 1/1000
  • f f/7.1
  • ISO 500
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Amarajeetsinh, You posted no information on what I am looking at besides it being a bird.  Suggest adding nomenclature for the bird and location.  Without that information, buyers cannot find your work.

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10 hours ago, Paul Richard Jones said:

Amarajeetsinh, You posted no information on what I am looking at besides it being a bird.  Suggest adding nomenclature for the bird and location.  Without that information, buyers cannot find your work.

Thank you for your suggestion.

 

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Your description still does not tell me the name of the bird. And, your posted information is probably too long to fit in the description box allowed by Shutterstock

"The species is highly distinctive, with a long, thin tapering bill that is black with a fawn base. The strengthened musculature of the head allows the bill to be opened when probing inside the soil."

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Good Photo really it is a rare and very shy bird difficult to shoot from close. I tried to shoot one but that jumping from on bush to another hiding hence was not able to shoot. I thing you definitely get download for it. Just add its scientific and other word of mouth common names on different contries.  

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On 7/27/2018 at 9:38 PM, Paul Richard Jones said:

Your description still does not tell me the name of the bird. And, your posted information is probably too long to fit in the description box allowed by Shutterstock

"The species is highly distinctive, with a long, thin tapering bill that is black with a fawn base. The strengthened musculature of the head allows the bill to be opened when probing inside the soil."

it's also plagiarised from wikipedia

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