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Indian Bustard

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Alternate name
Ardeotis nigriceps  Scientific name
Gruiiformes Order
Otididae Family
92-122 cm Length
Tropical, dry grassland & Savanna. Found in:- India & Pakistan. Habitat-Altitude-Range
Clutch
Insects Food  
  Habits
2754 - TSN: 176430 World Number
Critically Endangered Status

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Great Indian Bustard

Czech: Drop cernohlavý, drop černohlavý
Danish: Indisk Trappe
German: Hindutrappe, Indischer Riesentrappe
English: Giant Indian Bustard, Great Indian Bustard, Indian Bustard
Spanish: Avutarda Hindú, Avutarda India
Estonian: india trapp
Finnish: Intiantrappi
French: Outarde ŕ tęte noire, Outarde des Indes
Italian: Otarda indiana, Otarda maggiore indiana
Japanese: indooonogan
Japanese: インドオオノガン
Latin: Ardeotis nigriceps, Choriotis nigriceps
Dutch: Indische Trap
Norwegian: Maharajatrappe
Polish: drop indyjski
Russian: Индийская большая дрофа
Slovak: drop ciernotemenný, Drop čiernotemenný
Swedish: Indisk trapp
Chinese: 南亚鸨

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