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The rollers are an Old World family, Coraciidae, of near passerine birds. The group gets its name from the aerial acrobatics some of these birds perform during courtship or territorial flights. Rollers resemble crows in size and build, and share the colourful appearance of kingfishers and bee-eaters, blues and pinkish or cinnamon browns predominating. The two inner front toes are connected, but not the outer one.

They are mainly insect eaters, with Eurystomus species taking their prey on the wing, and those of the genus Coracias diving from a perch to catch food items from on the ground, like giant shrikes.
European Roller in KenyaLilac-breasted Roller in KenyaLilca-breasted Roller Feeding on a GrasshopperLilac-breasted Roller returning to nestLilca-breasted Roller perched on a Candelabra TreeRufous-crowned Roller takes flight in Kenya