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A Chestnut-Headed Bee-Eater or Merops Leschenault. The image is taken from an album of 51 drawings of birds and mammals made at Bencoolen, Sumatra, for Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore, in 1824. The album is part of the British Library's collections.
- Image reference 031399
- Copyright The British Library Board