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Wednesday, March 09, 2011

A Large Family

In today’s era, no one wants to even dream about a large family, while a couple of generations back, a large family was quite the norm. Personally, I find such large families interesting, but I guess that that phenomenon would not happen in the human world anymore. Thankfully, large families still exist in the bird and animal world.

It is such pure bliss to watch the young ones follow their parent(s) and learn the tricks of the trade. In this case I spotted quite a large number of young chicks staying close to their mother hen near the forest office inside Nameri National Park in Assam.

These chicks obediently followed their mother, but kept feeding continuously as if in a deep feeding frenzy.

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