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Barf Time

The Kingfisher's excretory functions work like those of most other animals, even while it is in midflight. The fish itself is digested in the intestine of the Kingfisher; however, not completely. The bones are not digested in a natural manner, but rather, discarded in the form of a white mass, through a vomiting process called “Barf Time”. The vomiting process takes roughly 50 seconds from when it opens the Kingfisher’s throat,

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Barf Time

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Barf Time

The Kingfisher's excretory functions work like those of most other animals, even while it is in midflight. The fish itself is digested in the intestine of the Kingfisher; however, not completely. The bones are not digested in a natural manner, but rather, discarded in the form of a white mass, through a vomiting process called “Barf Time”. The vomiting process takes roughly 50 seconds from when it opens the Kingfisher’s throat,

Image dimensions: 3902 x 2487 pixels