BLUE-FACED HONEYEATER

SCIENTIFIC NAME:  Entomyzon cyanotis

HABITAT:  Open forests and woodlands of New Guinea and Australia

CONSERVATION STATUS:   Least Concern

FUN FACT:  All honeyeaters have a brush-tipped tongue to allow rapid uptake of liquids, such as nectar, by flicking in and out of the bill at high speed.

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