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Hooded Grebe

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Alternate name
Podiceps gallardoi Scientific name
Podicipediformes Order
Podicipedidae Family
32 cm Length
Estuarine water, freshwater lakes up to 1,200 m Found in:- Argentina & Chile. Habitat-Altitude-Range
Insects, larvae, small fish, water snails. Food  
3628 - TSN: 562346 World Number
Endangered Status

By Collaertsbrothers January 7, 2007 © all rights reserved 

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Hooded Grebe Santiago Imberti Santa Cruz province Argentina XC20592

Video By Arthur Chapman December 24, 2003 © all rights reserved

Czech: Potápka chocholatá, potápka rgentinská
Danish: Hættelappedykker
German: Goldscheiteltaucher, Kapuzentaucher
English: Hooded Grebe, Mitred Grebe
Spanish: Macá tobiano, Pimpollo tobiano, Somormujo Tobiano, Zampullín Tobiano
Spanish (Argentine): Macá tobiano
Estonian: lumipütt
Finnish: Huppu-uikku
French: Grèbe casqué, Grèbe de Santa Cruz, Grèbe mitré
Italian: mitrato, Svasso dal cappuccio, Svasso monaco
Japanese: patagoniakaitsuburi
Japanese: パタゴニアカイツブリ
Latin: Podiceps gallardoi
Dutch: Patagonische Fuut
Norwegian: Tiaradykker
Polish: perkoz argentynski, perkoz argentyński
Russian: Поганка-головастик, Чубатая поганка
Slovak: potápka bielocelá
Swedish: Kamdopping
Chinese: 阿根廷䴙䴘
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