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An anhinga suns itself in the Friday evening sun at Brick Pond Park in North Augusta. Sometimes called a snake bird, the large, dark waterbird often swims with just its head and neck above the surface. It often perches with its wings spread to dry them out.  ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/STAFF
ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/STAFF
An anhinga suns itself in the Friday evening sun at Brick Pond Park in North Augusta. Sometimes called a snake bird, the large, dark waterbird often swims with just its head and neck above the surface. It often perches with its wings spread to dry them out.

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