The word “corvina” is used for a few different fish species, which may vary in terms of their diet and behavior. However, according to this website, corvina generally eat crabs and shrimp. I would say that the fact this particular corvina ate a bird could be unusual, but this may be because in some areas, this kind of fish is prone to overfishing and even extinction such as in the Gulf of Mexico. If desperate enough for food, perhaps the fish will eat other types of animals outside their normal diet. If you are curious enough, you could try speaking to a marine expert here.
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