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Glistening black duck-like water bird with a longish stiff tail and slender compressed bill sharply hooked at the tail. Cormorants are almost exclusively fish-eaters; they drive their prey towards inshore waters by beating the water with their wings and gradually close in on the fish. Additionally, Cormorants are foot-propelled pursuit drivers...well adapted to diving in shallow waters; As such,they typically take a series of dives from the water’s surface interspersed with breathing breaks.
Near ponds. Loves fishes.
Description from Wikipedia.