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April 30 2017 12:00 am It may take up to a month for a woodpecker to drill a residence It will both roost and nest in it and guard it fiercely Related News Stroll through a woodland or forest anywhere in India — whether in the hills or plains — and you may at some point be brought to a halt by a secretive drumming coming from somewhere around you but difficult to pinpoint You cock your head the drumming stops and then from another point an answering tom-tomming starts It seems like you’ve been spotted and are under observation; who knows maybe a large cooking pot has just been put on the fire somewhere not too far away by the local headhunters But if you scan the trees around you carefully you may be lucky enough to spot a usually pied or highly speckled bird often with a scarlet bottlebrush crest and bright black eyes peering at you from behind the trunk of a nearby tree Depending on where you are in the country it could also be green or black Then it seems to hitch itself up (or down) the tree trunk fireman style and peer at you again from the opposite side to check if you’re still around If it doesn’t like what it sees it might drum a bit more and then take off often leaving a ringing cackle of laughter in its wake In India one of the commonest of the tribe of head-bangers is the blackrumped flameback earlier better known as the golden-backed woodpecker And yes this one actually does have a back like a bar of bullion Of the approximately 200 species of woodpeckers world-wide around 32 are to be found in India They may vary in size from 7 cm to seven times that but their USP worldwide has got to be their immunity from headaches despite slamming their skulls against immovable objects (tree trunks the sides of houses chimney stacks — even government-owned ones) at forces up to 1200 g as many as 12000 times a day That’s each impact 1200 times the force of gravity (The maximum we can survive is perhaps 100 g which a racing car driver might experience in a head-on crash) So obviously these birds are deep into hi-tech shock-absorbing technology and we have of course started slow-mo filming and analysing exactly what happens when they do go knock-knocking on heaven’s door like manic little jackhammers It’s all down to ingenious skull and beak design aimed at one thing: to protect the brain from being shaken to jelly and to divert as much as 975 per cent of the impact shock away from it The entire skull itself is held firmly in place by a sort of seatbelt harness sling-like bone called the hyoid (which we have too) that extends from under the beak goes through the nostrils splitting into two sections and wrapping its way around the skull from under the chin around the back of the neck to meet up again at the top of the forehead The outside surface of the skull bone is dense the inside soft and spongy but buttressed by microscopic beam-like bits of bone that form a mesh The soft spongy shock-absorbing sections are largest and concentrated on the front and the back of the head in order to absorb the maximum shock The chisel-cum-crowbar-like beak too is designed to be asymmetric in that it diverts the energy of the impact towards the lower beak and the bottom of the skull — away from the brain The brain itself is tiny perhaps just 2 grams (007 ounces) smooth and snugly encased shaped a bit like half an orange with the flat side facing the impact side (the forehead) so as to spread the force of impact over as large an area as possible Even so it tends to heat up with the relentless tattooing That’s why the woodpecker takes short breaks after beating a quick brisk drum roll The eyes are protected by a “third eyelid” — a thickened nictitating membrane which folds down across the eye just before impact protecting it from flying shards — and like a seatbelt — holds the eyeball itself in place and prevents it from exploding out of the socket due to the force of the impact Even the nostrils are protected by bristly feathers which make sure nothing undesirable goes up the bird’s nose To enable them to hitch their way up or down or round the trunks of trees woodpeckers have two toes facing forwards and two backwards (normally birds have three toes two facing forward and one backwards) The stiff tail helps it get “three points of contact” on the trunk so useful for stability Drumming is not merely done in order to panic and flush out creepy crawlies living in the bark but also as a mode of communication — to seduce partners and drive away rivals It may take up to a month for a woodpecker to drill a residence The bird will both roost as well as nest in it and guard it fiercely I’ve seen a blackrumped flameback oust a coppersmith barbet (which is smaller) from its rightful residence enlarge the hole — and then in turn be ousted by bees scouting for a new hive location The birds eat the grubs beetles beetle-larvae found in the bark assisted by a tongue which is long glue-tipped and barbed and which curls around its victim and draws it back Other items on the menu may include berries caterpillars spiders birds’ eggs — and even nestlings Often woodpeckers come down on to the ground to forage but look quite comical hopping about Watch a woodpecker hard hat hammer away at a tree trunk and you can’t help but sigh enviously Oh to have a head (and beak) like that It would make even the most wooden babu cower at your approach and be powerless to give you the slightest headache as you get your files cleared blow by jackhammer blow Ranjit Lal is an author environmentalist and birdwatcher For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: September 4 2017 5:30 pm HMD Global: Nokia-branded Android smartphones – Nokia 8 Nokia 6 Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 will be upgraded to the latest Android 80 Oreo Related News HMD Global has confirmed that all of its Nokia-branded smartphones will be updated to Android 80 Oreo Juho Sarvikas Chief Product Officer HMD Global took to Twitter to confirm the news This means all the new Nokia-branded Android smartphones – Nokia 8 Nokia 6 Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 will be upgraded to the latest Android 80 Oreo In a post on Twitter HMD Global’s Chief Product Officer Juho Sarvikas has mentioned that all of its smartphones will be upgraded to Android 80 Oreo which is the latest version of Android mobile OS This is a good news for those who’ve recently purchased a Nokia-branded smartphone However the company has not mentioned the exact timeline when it plans to update all of its smartphones to Android 80 Oreo We expect the actual roll-out will happen before the year ends The next version of Android which was previously known as Android O will be called as the Android 80 Oreo At the moment only a handful of Google-branded smartphones support Android 80 Oreo They are Pixel Pixel XL Nexus 6P Nexus 5X Nexus Player and Pixel C Android 80 Oreo brings faster performance improved notifications enhanced battery life and number of incremental improvements Last month HMD Global announced its first ever flagship smartphone – Nokia 8 The smartphone sports a 53-inch QHD display Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor 4GB RAM 64GB internal memory microSD card support a dual-camera setup and a 3090mAh battery All of our smartphones will upgrade to Oreo Nokia 3 included No comments yet on timing so that I don’t get into trouble . 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