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Woodcock walking through undergrowth
Woodcocks are brilliantly camouflaged against the woodland floor due to their brown, yellow and black plumage and intricate markings. They shuffle along among the leaf litter, probing for insects and worms in the soft soil with their sensitive-tipped and surprisingly flexible beaks.
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