Giraffe with Oxpeckers

Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga, South Africa
Photo by: Denis Roschlau
Date: 2008-05-13
Image ID: 302423
The Oxpecker's name arises from their habit of perching on large mammals and eating ticks, botfly larvae, and other parasites which lodge in mammalian skin and must be dug out. Seen at Kruger National Park

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Place: Africa  | African  | Eastern Transvaal  | Kruger National Park  | Mpumalanga  | Republic of South Africa  | South Africa  | South African  | Transvaal
Topics: animals  | aves  | avian  | bird  | birds  | feather  | feathered  | feathers  | mammal  | mammalia  | mammals  | shrubs & bushes  | vertebrates  | winged
Keywords: buphagus erythrorhynchus  | eating  | giraffa camelopardalis  | giraffes  | oxpecker  | red-billed oxpecker  | safari  | ungulate