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About: Hummingbirds are small birds, with most species measuring 7.5–13 cm (3–5 in) in length, native to the Americas. There are about 360 species, they occur from Alaska to the south of Chile and Argentina, but the vast majority of the species are found in the tropics. Hummingbirds are specialized nectarivores (they feed on flower nectar) and are tied to the ornithophilous flowers upon which they feed.
Image Source / Credits: John Gould, H.C. Richter, Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington (1972.77.18)

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