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Habitat of the African darter

12 October 2015

 

The African darter is a common visitor to open water bodies in Africa south of the Sahara. The different subspecies are based mainly on variations in colour and size. African darters are up to 95 cm tall and weigh around 1.4 kg. They have a wingspan of up to 130 cm and a rapier-like beak which is used to spear food in the water. African darters usually occupy a specific waterhole that flows slowly or not at all, and where dead trees or rocks provide good perches to rest and dry out after searching for food... (Become a subscriber for more)

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