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    Default Symbiotic Relationship!

    This Deer and Myna have a symbiotic relationhip at Kabini....Myna gets food and the Deer gets rid of ticks and fleas.


    Canon 80D,Canon 100-400 IS II USM,f5.6,1/320,ISO 1250 at 158 mm

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    I have seen mynas pecking on the sore spot of a Sambar deer, and blood was oozing out of the wound, not sure if the sambar was feeling the pain. I think it might be helping him to get rid of the ticks sitting on the wound. A slight more space at the bottom with a more rectangular framing would enhance the composition further. Thanks for sharing.

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    I agree with Mrudul's comments. Our mind wants to see the full body of the animal. If you want to compose with partial body then better to ensure that the frame edge is on the joints. Thanks for sharing.

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