A black and white bird with an orange beak often found wading estuaries?
That could be many different birds, but your best guess is the American Oystercatcher. This bird lives in coastal habitats, where it eats mussels and clams. It has a dark brown/black back, black head, and a bright orange bill.
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What kind of spider is mostly black with orange legs and orange edge around its body and is found in South Africa?
usually most mollies have a gravid spot meaning it is a black spt near the anal fin and these are found on colored mollies where on a black molly, you can see it cause the mark is black but if you have an orange molly definetly a gravid spot and when she is ready to birth, she will look like a square where her stomach is. good luck! :)
WHAT flying insect has black body with orange legs looks very like an ant only has very long a tania?
dude its a bee Sorry...It's not a bee. It resembles a housefly, only it's entire body is solid black including the wings. The only exception is the abdomen which is a bright orange color. It has a proboscus, just like your ordinary housefly. I found one too and no one has yet been able to identify it.