An earlier post on the Hooded Pitta (Pitta sordida) with a land mollusc in its bill, a new food record, encouraged Ender to send an image of a Blue-winged Pitta (Pitta moluccensis), also with a mollusc that he took earlier this year.
The image was taken at the Singapore Zoological Gardens near the Komodo Dragon display. The pitta just hopped around looking for food and Ender was able to get to about a metre from the bird. Very uncharacteristic of the bird. The bird took a while to smash the shell of its snail, after which it took it into the undergrowth to eat. So no image of the pitta actually swallowing the shelled snail.
Wells, D.R., 2007. The birds of the Thai-Malay Peninsular. Vol. II, Passerines. Christopher Helm, London. 800 pp.