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Crested goshawk makes an Indian silverbill work to stay alive.

The secretive crested goshawk’s success relies on the element of surprise, hunting birds, mammals and reptiles by perching above and silently descending onto them talon-first.

They are diurnal (active during daylight) birds of prey found in tropical Asia. They are in the same family as eagles, buzzards and harriers.

Crested goshawks have short, broad wings and long tails. These adaptations are believed to help them maneuver through dense forest and trees while hunting.



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