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Bermuda Petrel

Bermuda Petrel

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Pterodroma cahow Scientific name
Procellariiformes Order
Procellariidae Family
 38 cm. (Wingspan cm) Length
Breeds rocky coastline, cliffs, Rocky Reefs, offshore islands. Palagic.  Breeding endemic to Bermuda, Habitat
 Nests in a burrow or under rocks. 1 White egg, incubation  by both parents.51 to 54 days. Fledging 51 to 54 days. Clutch
Fish, squid & shrimp. Food  
Monogonous, mating for life. Habits
3889 - TSN: 174568 - Sub-species World Number
Endangered Status

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AKA:- Czech: Burnák bermudský, buřňák bermudský
Danish: Bermudapetrel
German: Bermuda Sturmvogel, Bermudasturmvogel
English: Bermuda Petrel, Cahow
Spanish: Fardela de Bermuda, Petrel Cahow
Estonian: bermuda tormilind
Finnish: Bermudanviistäjä
French: Diablotin des Bermudes, Pétrel cahow, Pétrel des Bermudes
Italian: Cahow, Petrello delle Bermuda
Japanese: bamyuadamizunagidori, bamyu-damizunagidori
Japanese: バミュアダミズナギドリ, バミューダミズナギドリ
Latin: Pterodroma cahow
Lithuanian: Bermudinis audraéauklis
Dutch: Bermudastormvogel, Bermuda-Stormvogel
Norwegian: Bermudapetrell
Polish: petrel bermudzki
Portuguese: Freira-das-Bermudas
Russian: Бермудский тайфунник
Slovak: tajfúnnik bermudský , Tajfúnnik kahu
Swedish: Bermudapetrell
Chinese: 百慕大圆尾鹱




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