A jewel from latpanchar
Hodgson’s frogmouth is part of the same order as nightjars are. Both birds are nocturnal and they share similar recital bristles on the bill which they use to know when to close their bill shut on insects as they hawk. This feature is just a hypothesis by scientists who do not completely understand the true use of those bristles yet. the frogmouth differs from its cousin by heavier bills, shorter and more rounded wings and upright posture when perched.