The Lesser Short-Necked Spatulate Vulture by socar
"If one has remembered to pack a butterfly net, one might enjoy a diversion popular in the region--catching a tiny short-necked vulture to take home. Don't let the name mislead you: these diminutive birds bear only the faintest resemblance to the bloodthirsty carrion-eating vultures of the New World. Indeed, they make excellent pets, and, once their tongues have been split (vertically, like a snake's), lively conversationalists as well. There's no need to cumber oneself with a cage: the Lesser Short-Necked Spatulate Vulture can be tucked easily into a pocket."