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True: After catching their prey in flight, Carmine Bee-eaters usually return to a perch where they will squeeze, rub, or beat any dangerous insect to remove the sting and venom before eating. Although stinging insects are a main source of food, bee-eaters supplement their diet with other flying insects, such as butterflies and moths. They are able to identify dangerous prey by sight, and don't waste time rubbing harmless insects on branches before swallowing.

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