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Unbelievable creatures you know nothing about, but it’s nothing new since you cannot know everything as we agreed before.
This fabulous bird lives in Africa. It’s so pretty! It looks like a drawing. It sure it a heavenly drawing!
Size and weight: Adults measure 100-110cm (3.3-3.6ft) from head to tail with a 180-200cm (5.9-6.6ft) wingspan. They weigh 3-4kg (6.6-8.8lbs)
Habitat: Wetlands and open grass-lands
1. They aren’t picky eaters; they will feed on insects, lizards, amphibians, fish, grasses and seeds. This has helped them adapt to changes to the landscape made by humans. In fact, they are often found around agricultural lands and man-made wetlands.
2. Thanks to their long hind toe, they are one of only two species of crane that perch and sometimes build nests in trees. Staying in trees helps these cranes avoid predators on the ground.
It is called the “grey crowned crane”!