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Samoan word of the Day: November 26: Segasegamau'u
« on: March 02, 2010, 09:13:14 AM »
Samoan word of the Day: November 26: Segasegamau'u - Cardinal Honeyeater

Nectar is a very important food for many Samoan animals. The beautiful red and black Cardinal Honeyeater (segasegamau'u) is the most specialized nectar-eater. Its long bill and tongue enable it to reach deep into flowers, and its small size allows it to perch on even the tiniest twigs to reach the blossoms.

 


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