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The Oriental Pied Hornbill is a species native to Singapore, that flourished here during the 19th century and later declined to the point of local extinction. In recent years, they’ve made a come back with conservation efforts from the National Park Board.
The Oriental Pied Hornbill, the species most frequently seen in Singapore, is an omnivore. In addition to fruits, the birds also dine on animals such as insects, lizards, small birds, rats, fish and crabs. It's super cool that its possible to spot these colorful birds in parts of Singapore!
Designed by: Lee Wai Leng Fleecircus, Tattoo Artist
Made by Kihara Arita
Size: 15cm Porcelain Plate
Plate comes with blue customized branded packaging
Microwave & dishwasher safe
Designed in Singapore. Made in Japan
Photo credits: ©Supermama