The common filin (Latin Bubo bubo, Old Rus. Pugach) is a bird of prey from the owl family, one of the largest representatives of the owl order. The most characteristic features include a massive "barrel-shaped" build, loose plumage with a predominance of reddish and ocher shades, bright orange eyes and tufts of elongated feathers above them (the so-called "feather ears"). Distributed in forest and steppe regions of Eurasia, where it adapts to the most diverse biotopes where it exists.
Kagu in the crossword dictionary
Kagu Kagu is the only species of the monotypic Kagu family, a long-legged light gray bird, endemic to the New Caledonia group of islands in the Pacific Ocean. Inhabits wooded areas, preferring tropical rainforests.Wikipedia
k`agu, neskl., m.Dictionary of the Russian language Lopatin
bird of the order crane-like. Length approx. 50 cm. Inhabits mountain forests of Nov. Caledonia. Small in number, in the Red Book of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.Modern Explanatory Dictionary, TSB
(Rhinochetus jubatus), bird of the Crane-like order, the only representative of the Kagu suborder. K. is somewhat larger than a hen, the plumage is light gray with dark stripes, the beak and legs are bright red. Distributed in the mountain forests of the island of N. Caledonia on an area of no more than 40 km
2. Nests on the ground, one spotted egg in a clutch, incubation for 36 days. The chick, covered with brownish speckled down, remains in the nest for quite a long time. K. feeds on earthworms, terrestrial molluscs, and insects. It takes out the worms by immersing the beak in the ground (the nostrils of K. are protected by caps from getting into the ground). The few surviving individuals of K. are on the verge of destruction due to capture for zoos, deforestation, and burning of herbs. Pigs and rats brought to the island inflict great harm to K.Great Soviet Encyclopedia, TSB
toandgu, unsl., m.Complete spelling dictionary of the Russian language
relatively large flightless bird with light plumage, a representative of the only species of the monotypic Kagu family of the order Cranes (Rhynochetos jubatus)Wiktionary
In Noumea, as a rarity in 1879, a kagu bird, similar to a crane, which survived on the whole island was shown.
And once the entire sea coast was covered with flocks of kagu.
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KAGU (Rhynochetos jubatus), bird neg. cranes. The only species in the genus and family of the same name. Length up to 60 cm, weight approx. 1800 The plumage is ash-gray, on the flight feathers there is a pattern of wide white, chestnut and black transverse stripes. The head and eyes are large, on the crown of the head there is a crest of ascending elongated unscathed feathers, the neck and tail are short. The beak is elongated, sharp, reddish-orange. The wings are wide, rounded. There are numerous on the body. powders. Legs well developed, reddish orange. Endemic about. New Caledonia, inhabited by preim. in dense mountain forests at the height. 400–1000 m. Prefers areas with dense undergrowth along the banks of small rivers and streams. Almost does not fly, keeps covertly, in case of danger it quickly runs away and hides. It feeds on invertebrates, especially earthworms and terrestrial molluscs. Monogs. The female lays 1 egg on a thin layer of carefully laid fallen leaves; both members of the pair incubate for 35 days. The chick begins to follow its parents at the age of 3-4 days, and acquires full independence in 6-12 months. As a result of deforestation, hunting and predation of imported animals, only a few have survived in nature. hundreds of individuals K. The species is included in the IUCN Red List.