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Mount Apo Lorikeet

Trichoglossus johnstoniae

Lorikeets feed on nectar and pollen in the wild. A special brush-tipped tongue allows lorikeets to easily gather food from a variety of plants. Because they are endemic to a small area they are greatly affected by habitat loss.


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