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Pattaya Floating Market, Established since 2008, Pattaya Floating Market is...

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Caption: Pattaya Floating Market, Established since 2008, Pattaya Floating Market is riverside attraction in Pattaya displaying and showcasing the beautiful ancient Thai riverside living community and authentic ways of life, including has on display culture and local products from 4 major regions of Thailand. Pattaya, Thailand, Asia; Pacific Rim; THAI025967.CR2
Location: Pattaya Floating Market
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Comments: © Ann & Rob Simpson - Simpson's Nature Photography, 1932 E Refuge Church Rd., Stephens City, VA 22655 Ph & Fax 540 869 2051 - AnnRobSimpson@snphotos.com - www.agpix.com/snphotos

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Great Egret, Ardea alba, symbiosis; predation, predator preying on freshwater or river prawn,  prey, invertebrate crustacean; Ardeidae, bird, resident population, joined by NA migrants from sept to April, wetland habitat,  Costa Rica, Central America, EgretG40350nzs1e.jpg
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Yucatan Oriole, Orange Oriole, Icterus auratus; Orange Oriole is endemic to the Yucatán Peninsula, which is largely brilliant orange and black in males, whereas females are rather duller over the head and underparts, and have the mantle washed greenish. Males possess an obvious white patch on the shoulder (the 'epaulets'), and the primaries are also edged whitish. It is generally fairly common, inhabiting open woodland, second growth, and rather arid, open areas, and the species sometimes consorts with other Icterus species. Some authors have suggested that this species might be better named the Yucatan Oriole, given that it is no more 'orange' than several other oriole species. It is almost endemic to Mexico, although the species has been also recorded in northern Belize. Mexico, OrioleY9848czxs.tif
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