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Bonin Wood-Pigeon

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Columba versicolor Scientific name
Columbiformes Order
Columbidae Family
45 cm. Length
Range:- Endemic to Endemic to Japan:- Bonin Habitat
Altitude
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 Eggs, incubation  days, fledging  days. Clutch
Grain, seed, fruit. Food  
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2460  - TSN: 177115 - Sub-species World Number
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AKA:- Czech: holub boninský
Danish: Bonindue
English: Bonin Black Pigeon, Bonin Island Wood Pigeon, Bonin Pigeon, Bonin Wood Pigeon, Bonin Woodpigeon, Bonin Wood-Pigeon, Brown Wood-Pigeon, Kittlitz's Wood Pigeon, Kittlitz's Wood-Pigeon, Shining Wood-Pigeon
Spanish: Paloma de Bonin
Estonian: bonini tuvi
Finnish: bonininkyyhky, boninkyyhky, Boninsaartenpuukyyhky
French: Pigeon de Kittlitz
Italian: Piccione delle Bonin
Japanese: ogasawarakarasubato
Japanese: オガサワラカラスバト
Latin: Columba versicolor
Dutch: Boninduif
Norwegian: Bonindue
Polish: golab boninski, gołąb boniński
Russian: Бонинский голубье
Slovak: holub boninský
Swedish: Boninduva
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