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Spotted Nutcracker, Nucifraga caryocatactes  


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Spotted nutcracker, Nucifraga caryocatactes
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family Corvidae
The Spotted Nutcracker is very fond of hazelnuts, and put them often away on the ground as deposit for winter-food.
Like ordinary crows it sits in the top of a tree, 'singing' its 'kraa-kraa'.
The Siberian nutchracker has a relative in Western Eruope that has a shorter beak, but in some winters, the siberian
nutcracker may come and stay during the winter in Southern Norway, as happened in 1995.


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ANIMALS

over 250

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BIRDS

over 500

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FLOWERS

over 225
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