The helmeted honeyeater is an endangered bird in Victoria, Australia. It is one of 170 documented species of honeyeater in Australia. It can stick its tongue beyond its beak and collect nectar out of flowers, hence the name “Honeyeater.” Unlike other honeyeaters the black and yellow patterns on its head seem to form a helmet. In 2010 there were 130 of this species documented.
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