Common Nighthawk (Chordeiles minor).
We admitted a juvenile nighthawk at the rehab center last night. You can imagine our surprise when, while attempting to identify him, he opened his tiny little beak and showed us this gaping monster mouth.
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Common Nighthawk (Chordeiles minor).

We admitted a juvenile nighthawk at the rehab center last night. You can imagine our surprise when, while attempting to identify him, he opened his tiny little beak and showed us this gaping monster mouth.

[Photo Source.]

(Source: metazoa-etcetera)

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