The Dulit Frogmouth (Batrachostomus harterti) is found in Indonesia and Malaysia. It inhabits natural subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and montanes.
This species is threatened by habitat destruction.
Diet / Feeding:
Frogmouths have enormous wide frog-like mouths (hence their name), which they use to capture nocturnal insects with. They also eat worms, slugs and snails; as well as small mammals, reptiles, frogs and small birds.
They have large, horny, triangular, sharply hooked bills.
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