- A small bird picks the gut of a snake little by little.
- The bird is a Grey-headed bushshrike.
- A species of bird that belongs to the Malaconotidae family.
- The bushshrikes are smallish passerine birds. They were formerly classed with the true shrikes in the family Laniidae.
- This is an African group of species which are found in scrub or open woodland.
Bushshrike diets consist mainly of large insects, but occasionally may include wild fruits like berries and sometimes rodents. This time, this particular bird, a sometime food for most snakes just flips the table – The bird actually ate the snake little by little starting from it’s gut that’s already out, hanging.