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Hoopoes are widely distributed in Europe, Asia and Africa. They like open and wet ground. They often rummage on the ground for food with their long mouths. When there is a warning, their crowns and feathers will stand up. When they fly, they will relax. Hoopoes peck insects, earthworms and snails and belong to national second-class protected birds, which play a significant role in protecting forests and farmland. When they fly, they just look like colorful butterflies spreading their wings. They move forward in waves by going up and down regularly. They sing while flying, and make a special tweedle, “whir, whir, whir”. Since the filth and feces of young birds in the nest are never removed, during hatching, female birds often secrete a kind of foul-smelling brown oil from their tails, making the nest very dirty, smelly and filthy, they are also known as “stinky aunts”.