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State bird of Uttarakhand – Complete detail – updated

State bird of Uttarakhand – Complete detail – updated. Description of state bird of Uttarakhand. Name of state bird of Uttarakhand is Himalayan monal. Habit and habitat of Himalayan monal. They prefer open, coniferous or mixed forests resplendent with rhododendron and bamboo. Himalayan monal is a colorful bird. Size of adult Himalayan monal is between 60 to 72 cm. The weight of adult is between 1.70 to 2.40 …

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Painted Sandgrouse (Pterocles Indicus) Complete detail

Painted Sandgrouse (Pterocles Indicus) Complete detail. Description of Painted Sandgrouse (Pterocles Indicus) – Bhat teetar. Classification of Painted Sandgrouse (Pterocles Indicus). Habit and habitat of Painted Sandgrouse. They found in dry regions in rough grassland, rocky areas and scrub and feeds mainly on seeds.  Local name of Painted Sandgrouse (Pterocles Indicus) is Bhat teetar. The painted Sandgrouse is a plump ground-dwelling bird with a small head …

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Description of Nilgai – Boselaphus tragocamelus – Blue bull

Nilgai (Boselaphus tragocamelus) Blue bull complete detail. Description of Nilgai – Boselaphus tragocamelus – Blue bull. Classification of Nilgai. Habit and habitat of Nilgai. Distribution of Nilgai (Boselaphus tragocamelus).  They prefer arid areas, grassy steppe woodlands, scrub areas, dry deciduous forests and agricultural areas. They avoid dense forest and deserts. The body color of adult male is dark grey, with blue……… The weight of male Nilgai is …

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Indian Lion (Panthera leo persica) complete detail – updated

Indian Lion (Panthera leo persica) complete detail – updated. Description of Indian Lion (Panthera leo persica). Classification of Indian Lion (Panthera leo persica). Habit and habitat of Indian Lion (Panthera leo persica). Asiatic Lions are found inhabiting open grasslands and forests of India, including scrub jungles. Lions can live in forested, shrubby, mountainous, and semi-desert habitats. Local name of Indian Lion (Panthera leo persica) is Sher. They generally feeds on …

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Indian silverbill (Lonchura malabarica) complete detail – updated

Indian silverbill (Lonchura malabarica) complete detail – updated. Description of Indian silverbill (Lonchura malabarica). Classification of Indian silverbill (Lonchura malabarica). Identification of Indian silverbill . Habit and habitat of Indian silverbill. They prefer dry open country and cultivation. Indian silverbill inhabits dry, open, cultivated as well as sparse scrub-and-bush country, and avoids………..  The black central tail feathers are slightly elongated, and …

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Description of Blood pheasant – Ithaginis cruentus

Blood pheasant (Ithaginis cruentus) complete detail. Description of Blood pheasant – Ithaginis cruentus. Classification of Blood pheasant. Habit and habitat of Blood pheasant. They prefer scrub areas, coniferous and mixed forests.  They move their range depending on the seasons, and are found at higher elevations during the summer and move to lower elevations during the winter. Size of adult male Blood pheasant is between …

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State animal of Rajasthan (Camel) complete detail – updated

State animal of Rajasthan (Camel) complete detail – updated. Description of State animal of Rajasthan. Name of the state animal of Rajasthan is Camel (Camelus dromedarius). They inhabit arid regions of the Middle East through northern India and arid regions in Africa, most notably, the Sahara Desert and…………….  Camel has a long- curved neck, deep-narrow chest, one tail and a hump. The hump …

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Description of Himalayan monal – Lophophorus impejanus

Himalayan monal (Lophophorus impejanus) Complete detail. Description of Himalayan monal – Lophophorus impejanus. Classification of Himalayan monal. Habit and habitat of Himalayan monal. They prefer open, coniferous or mixed forests resplendent with rhododendron and bamboo. Himalayan monal is a colorful bird. Size of adult Himalayan monal is between 60 to 72 cm. The weight of adult is between 1.70 to 2.40 kg. The male Himalayan monal look …

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State bird of Assam – complete detail – updated

State bird of Assam – complete detail – updated. What is the name of State bird of Assam. Description of State bird of Assam –  White-winged wood duck. Habit and habitat of White-winged wood duck. White-winged wood duck is a social bird. Generally, they inhabits slow-flowing streams or rivers and swamps within forested areas. Upper parts are black with green reflections, the under parts …

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Black winged Stilt (Himantopus himantopus) complete detail

Black winged Stilt (Himantopus himantopus) complete detail. Description of Black winged Stilt (Himantopus himantopus). Classification of Black winged Stilt (Himantopus himantopus). Habit and habitat of  Black winged Stilt. They usually found in small groups. Identification of Black winged Stilt. Males have a black back, often with greenish gloss. Females’ backs have a brown hue, contrasting with the black remiges. Both sexes are similar, and the …

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