Cascade, a glass sculpture designed by Sergio Redegalli for the Botanic Garden in Adelaide, Australia

Cascade, a glass sculpture designed by Sergio Redegalli for the Botanic Garden in Adelaide, Australia

ADELAIDE ROSELLA (Platycercus adelaidae) - endemic to South Australia. Is presently believed to have originated through interbreeding of the Crimson and Yellow Rosellas. They mostly feed on grass and tree seeds (including sprouted seeds that dropped to the floor and were exposed to humidity), as well as a variety of fruits, berries, flowers and nectar. Additionally, they take insects and their larvae - particularly during the breeding season.  rogersmithpix's

ADELAIDE ROSELLA (Platycercus adelaidae) - endemic to South Australia. Is presently believed to have originated through interbreeding of the Crimson and Yellow Rosellas. They mostly feed on grass and tree seeds (including sprouted seeds that dropped to the floor and were exposed to humidity), as well as a variety of fruits, berries, flowers and nectar. Additionally, they take insects and their larvae - particularly during the breeding season. rogersmithpix's

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