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Birds from the Family Columbidae Feed Young “Crop Milk”
Birds from the family Columbidae (e.g., doves and pigeons) produce a fatty, milk-like substance in their crop. The secretion is often referred to as "crop milk." They feed crop milk to their young ...
Nov 5 '12 at 3:42
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