The Great white pelican (Pelecanus onocrotalus), also known as the eastern white pelican, rosy pelican or white pelican, are white with long, broad wings that have black and grey primary feathers. They have a long, yellow bill that has a pouch on the lower half. Great White Pelicans can be found in the freshwater lakes, marshes, swamps and deltas of Africa, Asia and eastern Europe. Great White Pelicans feed on fish, mainly carp and cichlids. They do not dive to catch their prey, instead they dip their head underwater and scoop up fish. Pelicans and their relatives make up the order "Pelecaniformes" and they can be distinguished from other birds by having feet with all four toes webbed - totipalmate.