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Australian Tawny Frog-Mouth camouflaged in tree. Although related to owls, frogmouths are more closely related to nightjars and oilbirds. Frogmouths are not raptorial birds. Males and females look alike and are 35–53 cm (14–21 in) long. They have yellow eyes and a wide beak topped with a tuft of bristly feathers. They make loud clacking sounds with their beaks and emit a reverberating booming call
Queen Alexandra's Birdwing Butterfly: located in Papau New Guinea. Diet: The Queen Alexandra caterpillar eats a toxic pipevine plant, the Aristolochia schlecteri, on which it is hatched. The adult will feed on the liquid nectar of flowers. Habitat: The Queen Alexandra lives in a small part of Papau New. Guinea in the rainforests. Size: The Queen Alexandra's wingspan can be as large as 10-12 inches.