VIDEO: Brevard Zoo Shows Off One-Month-Old Tawny Frogmouth ‘Relish’

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Native to Australia

ABOVE VIDEO: Brevard Zoo shows off their one-month-old Tawny Frogmouth named ‘Relish’. Native to Australia, Tawny Frogmouths look like owls, but the birds are more related to nighthawks. Their prey consists of small rodents, large nocturnal insects, such as moths, as well as spiders, worms, slugs, and snails. Their diet also includes a variety of bugs, beetles, wasps, ants, centipedes, millipedes, and scorpions.

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