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Flightless Birds
133    Dibyendu Banerjee    18/11/2021
As the name suggests, the flightless cormorants, endemic to the Galapagos Island, an archipelago of volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean, part of the Repub ...
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November, 2021
214    Dibyendu Banerjee    15/10/2021
The Guam rail is a flightless but fast-running bird with a narrow body, native to Guam in the western Pacific Ocean, where it is also known as Ko’Ko
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October, 2021
303    Dibyendu Banerjee    02/09/2021
The Rheas, native to South America, resemble the ostriches of Africa and the emus of Australia.
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September, 2021
333    Dibyendu Banerjee    03/08/2021
The Kiwi is the only bird in the world that has nostrils at the end of its unusually long bill, rather than the base.
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August, 2021
249    Dibyendu Banerjee    04/07/2021
The Campbell Teal, a small, flightless, nocturnal species of dabbling duck, was once endemic to the Campbell Island group of New Zealand.
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July, 2021
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265    Dibyendu Banerjee    06/06/2021
Takah? is a big and beautiful flightless bird, endemic to New Zealand, and the largest living member of the rail family. Thought to have become extinct in t ...
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June, 2021
413    Dibyendu Banerjee    04/05/2021
The weka, also known as Maori Hen or Woodhen is one of New Zealandís iconic large flightless sturdy brown birds with red eyes, strong legs, and reduced wings.
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May, 2021
485    Dibyendu Banerjee    30/03/2021
The Emu, the second tallest bird in the world, followed by the Ostrich, can reach up to 5 feet to 5feet 6 inches in height and is the fourth or fifth.
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March, 2021
340    Dibyendu Banerjee    02/03/2021
The Kakapo is a large, flightless, forest-dwelling, nocturnal parrot, with a pale owl-like face, a large grey beak, along with finely blotched yellow-green ...
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March, 2021
288    Dibyendu Banerjee    14/02/2021
The stocky, short-legged penguins, the flightless aquatic birds covered with striking black and white coat, live exclusively in the Southern Hemisphere.
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February, 2021
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439    Dibyendu Banerjee    01/02/2021
The Cassowary, the third largest bird in the world, followed by the Ostrich and the Emu, is native to the tropical forests in Australia.
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February, 2021
668    Dibyendu Banerjee    12/01/2021
The ostriches are flightless birds, but they are built to run and they can sprint in short bursts up to 43 miles per hour and its height of 9 feet and weig ...
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January, 2021
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