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    Jason, this is what the male Saturn looks like, topside. Ben Jin and I encountered this half-dead specimen at Sime Forest a couple of years back, and it was still able to move slightly. Dunno what happened to it - perhaps a casualty from an unsuccessful bird attack (or it drank something poisonous).

    Shot with a CP995 then.
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    Looks fantastic.

    So totally different from its underside, you won't guess it's the same butt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Monarch
    Looks fantastic.

    So totally different from its underside, you won't guess it's the same butt.
    There was at least two instances of spotting that in the Pipleline. I found one (saw the blue upperside), but lost it when it landed. When i gave up the search, it flapped again and flown into the forest.
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