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Waiting to fly

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Photo by: Heng Chivoan

A baby Indian Roller makes its first attempts to fly in Battambang province last week. The bird, called "teav" by Cambodians, was discovered by a 10-year-old boy in Bavel district, who took the nestling in and has cared for it since by providing a steady diet of frogs and insects until the young Roller is strong enough to fly. HENG CHIVOAN

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