Snake bird

 

An anhinga, known in some parts as a “Snake Bird.” The name comes from the bird’s ability to swim while submerged, with only it’s head and neck visible. Some people mistook that for a snake. Or so the story goes. On land, you see them like this, with their wings outstretched, drying their feathers.anhinga spread with sign

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