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The Critical Finch: Why does the willie wagtail wag its tail?

Rhipidura leucophrys - Willie Wagtail | by arthurgrosset

Rhipidura leucophrys - Willie Wagtail: member of the 'fantail' genus & part of a 'core corvine' group that includes true crows & ravens, drongos & birds-of-paradise

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Grey Wagtail  - Spain

The grey wagtail is more colourful than its name suggests with slate grey upper parts and distinctive lemon yellow under-tail. Its tail is noticeably longer than those of pied and yellow wagtails.

Willy Wagtail - Very chirpy and excited, Willy can be seen right across the Inner North.

Willy Wagtail - The cheekiest and bravest of my birdie visitors - they will confront birds many times their own size to protect nest, eggs and chicks.

33 Creatures That Prove There Is A Glitch In The Matrix

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WILLY WAGTAIL (Rhipidura leucophrys) - found throughout Australia. It is highly territorial and can be quite fearless in defence of its territory. They are active feeders. Birds can be seen darting around lawns as they hunt for insects on the ground. As they do so, the tail is wagged from side to side. Insects are also captured in the air, in active chases.

WILLY WAGTAIL (Rhipidura leucophrys) - found throughout Australia. It is highly territorial and can be quite fearless in defence of its territory. They are active feeders. Birds can be seen darting around lawns as they hunt for insects on the ground. As they do so, the tail is wagged from side to side. Insects are also captured in the air, in active chases.

The male platypus has a sharp, retractable spur in each hind limb, connected to a venom gland. When grabbed by a predator, the platypus kicks with these spurs injecting the venom, which is usually enough for the enemy to let it go.

The Platypus - proving once again that God has a sense of humor! They are egg-laying, duck-billed, beaver-tailed, otter-footed mammals. And the males have venom in their spurs!

williewagtail - Google Search

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