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Red-crowned Crane

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Grus japonensis Scientific name
Gruiiformes Order
Gruidae Family
120–150 cm. (Wingspan 220–250 cm) Length
Breeds bogs, marshes & swamps. Grassland, wetlands, lakes, pools, drainage dykes, marshes. Range:- {Resident in Japan.) Summer China, Mongolia & Russia. Winters southern China, Japan & Korea. Vagrant to Taiwan. Habitat
 1(2)3 eggs, incubation by both parents 30 days, fledging 90-100 days. Usually only 1 chick survives. Clutch
Invertebrates, small amphibians, small mammals  reptiles & some vegetation. Food  
2785 - TSN: 176184 World Number
Endangered Status

Red-crowned Crane Richard Dunn Kushiro Japan XC64698 song

AKA:- Czech: Jeráb mandžuský, jeřáb mandžuský
Danish: Japansk Trane
German: Mandschurenkranich
English: Japanese Crane, Manchurian Crane, Red-crowned Crane
Spanish: Grulla Japonesa, Grulla Manchú
Estonian: őnnekurg (jaapani kurg)
Finnish: Japaninkurki, mantsuriankurki
French: Grue de Mandchourie, Grue du Japon
Italian: Gru della Manciuria
Japanese: Tancho, tanchou
Japanese: タンチョウ
Korean: 두루미
Latin: Grus japonensis, Grus japonicus
Lithuanian: Japonijos gervė
Dutch: Chinese Kraanvogel
Norwegian: Japantrane
Polish: zuraw mandzurski, żuraw mandżurski
Russian: Журавль японский, Журавль японский (уссурийский), уссурийский журавль, Японский журавль
Slovak: žeriav cierno-biely, Žeriav čierno-biely
Swedish: Japansk trana
Chinese: 丹頂鶴, 丹顶鹤, 顶鹤


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