Bird Aracuã - Stock image

Brazil, Joinville - Brazil, Santa Catarina - Brazil, Animal, Animal Wildlife

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Stock photo ID:684216330
Upload date:May 16, 2017

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It weighs about 620 grams and measures between 42 to 53 centimeters in length. Its general appearance is similar to a pheasant, with rounded wings and relatively long tail. The legs are relatively short and yellow. The plumage is dull, in shades of brown and gray, with the lighter belly, very similar in all species. The painted aracuã is a galliform bird of the family Cracidae. Also known as: common aracuã, araquã, araquã-pintada. It feeds on fruits, leaves, sprouts, grains and insects. They live in closed forests, and can invade areas with large plantations, not always in flocks. In the state of Pará has already been seen feeding on açaí. The pair makes their nest in a closed forest, sometimes on top of the trees or on branches over water or even on fallen logs; Also take advantage of abandoned nests of different birds. It has 2 to 3 eggs, which are incubated for 25 to 30 days. They are gregarious birds, which can be found in very noisy family groups. They fly only when necessary, always the couple, making a noise with the wings, a bird very hunted by the inhabitants, because it has a quantity 'satisfactory' for families. Its natural habitats are: tropical or subtropical dry forests, subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, and highly degraded secondary forests.
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