Quail

Afghan spectators bet money on the sidel...Afghan spectators bet money on the sidelines of a quail fight in Kabul on May 28, 2015. A popular sport in Afghanistan, two birds are placed inside a circle and made to fight each other until any one of the bird runs out of the circle and the bird that stays is declared the winner. Bird fighting was not allowed during the years of rule by the Taliban regime. AFP PHOTO / FARSHAD USYANFARSHAD USYAN/AFP/Getty Images

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Afghan spectators in Kabul bet money on the sidelines of a quail fight, a popular sport in Afghanistan. Two birds are placed inside a circle and made to fight each other until one of the bird runs out of the circle and the bird that stays is declared the winner. Bird fighting was not allowed during the years of rule by the Taliban regime 

Palestinian children catch migrant quails with a net...epa03852190 A Palestinian child removes a migrant quail snared in a net on the beach of Khan Yunis in southern Gaza Strip on 05 September 2013. Tens of children, living on the beach of Gaza, work with their families in September and October every year in hunting migratory birds, mainly quails, in the morning before they go to the school. They erect silk nets along the coastal line in the Gaza Strip. The birds are sold for 10 shekels (some 2 euros).  EPA/ALI ALI

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A Palestinian child catches a quail snared in a net on the beach of Khan Yunis on the southern Gaza Strip. Every September and October children erect silk nets along the Gaza coast to catch migratory birds, mainly quails, before they go to school.