11 Dec '11, 3pm

Can you guess a common food for the blue-cheeked bee-eater? Yep, bees! #SpeciesOfTheDay

Follow @world_wildlife on Twitter and don't miss a single day of species facts, photos, and more. Adopt a Species Make a symbolic species adoption to help save some of the world's most endangered animals from extinction and support WWF's conservation efforts. Select from over 100 species Loading... About Species of the Day WWF and ARKive have partnered to launch Species of the Day to promote awareness of and to emphasize the importance of conserving the planet’s biodiversity. A different species will be featured each day, building environmental awareness through imagery. Check back daily and follow @worldwildlife on Twitter to follow this new feature. About WWF's Partnership with ARKive ARKive ’s mission is to promote the conservation of the world's threatened species, through the power of wildlife imagery. Given that WWF’s mission is the conservation of nature, including ...

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