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names its Haryana Tourism Corporation tourist complexes after local birds in the Indian state of Haryana?
is a Heard Shag bird with a black crest, pink feet, orange caruncles and blue eye-rings?
in Humboldt Museum Berlin is home to the largest mounted dinosaur in the world, a ; and the most exquisitely preserved specimen of the earliest known Brachiosaurus bird, the ?
is a small Goldenface bird with bright plumage that is endemic to the hills and mountains of New Guinea?
, an Elfin-woods Warbler endemic bird of Puerto Rico first observed in 1968, is the last New World warbler to be discovered?
flightless Calayan Rail bird is a significant recent species discovery, announced on ?
16 August 2004 the
, a Djibouti Francolin critically endangered species of bird, is only known from two isolated locations in Djibouti?
is the only Long-tailed Broadbill bird in the genus Psarisomus?
of Obscure Berrypecker New Guinea is a small forest bird known from two specimens and a handful of sightings?
the unusual finger structure of the
dinosaur Limusaurus (pictured) gives clues on how dinosaur hands evolved into bird wings?
there is no such
bird as a ?
woofen-poof the social systems of some
are the most complex of any bee-eaters bird, including four tiers: pair, family, clan and colony?
the fossil of
Ichthyornis (pictured) discovered by was the first Benjamin Franklin Mudge bird recognized to possess teeth?
, a Tigmamanukan Philippine mythological bird, can be a good or bad omen depending on the direction of its flight?
was a large adzebill predatory bird that lived in New Zealand, and was initially thought to be a kind of moa?
is dominated by biodiversity of New Zealand bird families that flew in from Australia and insects, frogs and plants that were on the island when it broke off from Gondwana?
is a medium-sized Bateleur eagle in the bird family Accipitridae found in Africa?
, a Christian Jouanin French ornithologist, has described three species of birds, including Jouanin's Petrel and the critically endangered Djibouti Francolin?
are very tiny microchromosomes gene-rich chromosomes which are a typical genetic component in birds, and some groups of non-mammalian animals?
is a scaly leg bird disease caused by mites, and can be treated with petroleum jelly?
Meller's Chameleon (pictured) catches insects and birds 50 cm (20 inches) away with its tongue?
of Bundala National Park Sri Lanka harbors 197 species of birds, the highlight being the Greater Flamingo (pictured), which migrate in large flocks?
peacocks (pictured) are among the 143 bird species recorded in ?
Wasgamuwa National Park
sexual size dimorphism in the is among the most pronounced in any Brown Songlark bird, with males as much as 2.3 times heavier than females?
is a Washingtonia genus of palm and produces a fruit, eaten by Native American people as a minor food source and by birds?
is a Momotus genus of green and blue birds with raquet-shaped tails?
tenure as curator at Université Laval, built a thousand-specimen strong collection of Canadian François-Xavier Bélanger birds from the ground up?
extinct Australian , which included the largest dromornithids birds known, are related to ducks and geese?
despite its name, the
, a species of Togian White-eye bird endemic to the Togian Islands of Indonesia, lacks the white eye rings typical of its genus?
although the only known natural
definitive host of the fluke is the Catatropis johnstoni marsh rice rat, its normal host may be a bird?
was about the same size as the modern Psilopterus cariama, making it the smallest of the carnivorous prehistoric avians known as terror birds?
sotdae (pictured) is a tall wooden pole or stone pillar with a sculptured bird atop, traditionally set up for the purpose of folk belief in Korea?
definitive hosts for the fluke include a variety of Ascocotyle pindoramensis birds as well as the marsh rice rat?
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