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Demoiselle Crane

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Grus virgo Scientific name
Gruiiformes Order
Gruidae Family
85–100 cm. (Wingspan 155–180 cm) Length
Grassland, wetlands, lakes, pools, deserts. Up to 3000 m. Range:- Breeds in central Asia, as far east Northern Pakistan and migrates to northern Africa in winter. Habitat
Altitude
Range
1(2)3 eggs, incubation 27-30 days, fledging   55-65 days. Clutch
Invertebrates, vegetation, small amphibians, small mammals & reptiles . Food  
The worlds smallest crane. Habits
2778 - TSN: 176192 World Number
Least Concern Status

Demoiselle Crane Patrick Franke Kyzyltan Lake Kazakhstan XC120322  flight call

AKA:- Arabic: الرهو, الرهو كرك
Azerbaijani: Qara durna, Qəşəng durna
Bulgarian: Момин жерав
Catalan: Grua damisel·la, Grua damiseŀla
Czech: jeřáb panenský, Jeráb panenský, Jeřáb panenský
Danish: Jomfrutrane
German: Jungfernkranich
Greek: Νυφογερανός
Greek (Cypriot): Νυφογερανός
English: Demoiselle Crane
Esperanto: Fraűlingruo, Fraŭlingruo
Spanish: Grulla Damisela
Estonian: neitsikurg
Basque: Antropoide kurrilo, Grua damisel·la
Finnish: Neitokurki
French: Demoiselle de Numidie, Grue demoiselle
Frisian: Steppekraan
Irish: Grús coimir
Galician: Grou pequeno, Grua damisel·la
Hebrew: עגור חן
Croatian: Ždral krunaš
Hungarian: Pártásdaru
Armenian: [Geghani Krunk ], Գեղանի Կռունկ
Icelandic: Lokkatrana
Italian: Damigella di Numidia, Gru damigella
Japanese: anehaduru, anehazuru, Ane-ha-zuru, Aneha-zuru
Japanese: アネハヅル
Georgian: წერო-ტურფა
Khakas: Кiчiг турна
Kazakh: Ақбас тырна, Қара тырна
Korean: 쇠재두루미
Latin: Anthropoides virgo, Grus virgo
Limburgish: Monnekskraan
Lithuanian: Gervė gražuolėlė, Mažoji gervė
Mongolian: Өвөгт тогоруу
Maltese: Damiġella
Dutch: Juffercraan, Jufferkraan, Jufferkraanvogel
Norwegian: Jomfrutrane
Polish: zuraw stepowy, Żuraw stepowy
Portuguese: Grou-pequeno
Russian: Krasavka, Журавль красавка, Журавль-красавка, Красавка, обыкновенная красавка
Northern Sami: Nieidagoarga
Slovak: Žeriav stepný, žeriavec stepný
Slovenian: deviški žerjav
Swedish: Jungfrutrana
Thai: นกกระเรียนเล็ก
Turkmen: Gara durna
Turkish: Telli turna
Tatar: Qara turna
Tuvinian: Көк дуруяа, Чогдулуг дуруяа
Ukrainian: Журавель степовий , Степовий журавель
Chinese: [gui-xiu he], [suo yu he], 簑羽鶴, 蓑羽鹤, 闺秀鹤
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