The Sri Lanka Frogmouth
The Sri Lanka frogmouth is closely related to nightjars, which also have wide mouths and beaks like this one. Their oversized head gives them the appearance of a Muppet, but the shape of their head serves a purpose. This bird is nocturnal by nature and their head shape gives them binocular vision so that they can find their food, which mostly consists of frogs, mice, and insects. Their wide bill makes it easy for them to scoop up their prey too, increasing their chances of having a meal any given night.