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There are more than 182 species of honeyeaters in Australia, New Guinea, New Zealand and many south Pacific islands. In the photo above, a male Blue-faced Honeyeater is seen in Undara Volcanic National Park, in Queensland, Australia. The photo below shows a honeyeater typically hanging from a branch while feeding on nectar. Feeding exclusively on nectar from flowers would minimize getting stung by a bee, I suppose.
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