A female Anhinga waterbird (Anhinga leucogaster) rests on a mangrove branch in southern Florida, USA, after diving underwater to feed on small fish by spearing them with her long, sharply-pointed bill. The anhinga is also called a snakebird because only its long neck and head are seen when swimming in the water. Other names include water turkey and American darter.

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A female Anhinga waterbird (Anhinga leucogaster) rests on a mangrove branch in southern Florida, USA, after diving underwater to feed on small fish by spearing them with her long, sharply-pointed bill. The anhinga is also called a snakebird because only its long neck and head are seen when swimming in the water. Other names include water turkey and American darter.

Michele and Tom Grimm / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID: KDXPHB

Location: Florida, USA