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An Australian brush turkey was captured protecting its nesting site from a diamond Python, sending the snake running.

Brush turkey fathers protect eggs but the birds hatch and are left to their own devices. The Australian native birds are found in parts of Queensland, New South Wales, and can build nesting mounds near urban areas.

Credit: Twitter| @kcarruthers

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