posted by Dr. Phil Wheat alias PNWheat on Saturday 28th of August 2021 09:07:33 PM
When the Caspian Tern sees a fish he wants, he does this. Stops, turns it’s head down, puts the wings out to stop, and starts the dive. From many photographs of this action, I have noted that the sharp beak spears the fish often like an Anhinga. I have never read this, but I have photographed this. A fishing machine. Unless they are going to take the fish to young or mate, they swallow in in a manner of a second or two.
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