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Coracias cyanogaster

Blue-Bellied Rollers are a social species, living in groups of three to seven birds, but sometimes up to 20. They forage for food, nest and defend their territory as a group.

Blue-Bellied Rollers have a unique courtship ritual which is how they got their name. They roll back and forth in the sky, tumbling to the ground, while calling distinctly and noisily to attract their mates.

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