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Red-billed curassow

(Crax blumenbachii)

Description

Crax blumenbachii the species of birds in the genus Crax,family Cracidae,which is endemic areas of Mata Atlantica in the states of Espirito Santo,Bahia and Minas Gerais in southeastern Brazil.The population is declining considerably due to hunting and deforestation,and it is also possible that it is extinct in Minas Gerais.It is currently being introduced to Rio de Janeiro due to the purpose of nesting in captivity.The length is about 84 centimeters on average.His beak is red in color.It is distinguished by its long fern.Nearly the total body weight in males is black with blue-greenish glow,and the subarea is white.The ribs on the bush are long and curly.The legs are black.The female is also black,and in her there is a cotyledon area.The spit on her tail is shorter than in males and has white stripes on her.Her legs are pink.

Taxonomic tree:

Domain:
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum:
Class: Aves
Order:Galliformes
Family:Cracidae
Genus:Crax
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