Caught in the act: Sabota Lark Calendulauda sabota bradfieldi drinking water
Most lark species are able to survive without drinking water. They do this by obtaining sufficient moisture through metabolic oxidation of their food, from moisture in their food, and/or by collecting dew on vegetation.
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