Demoiselle Crane

Scientific name : Anthropoides virgo
Other names: Български: Момин жерав , Brezhoneg: Garan dek , Català: Grua damisel·la , Dansk: Jomfrutrane , Deutsch: Jungfernkranich , Esperanto: Fraŭlingruo , Español: Grulla Damisela , Basque: Grus virgo , Suomi: Neitokurki , Français: Grue demoiselle , Magyar: Pártásdaru , 日本語: アネハヅル , Lietuviškai: Gervė gražuolėlė , Nederlands: Jufferkraan , Norsk: Jomfrutrane , Polski: Żuraw stepowy , Português: Grus virgo , Русский: Журавль-красавка , Svenska: Jungfrutrana , Türkçe: Telli turna , Українська: Журавель степовий

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Short Description

Demoiselle cranes are the smallest of the cranes. They have a dark gray back, a black front with neck feathers extended from the chest, white ear tufts that start behind the eyes and shoulder feathers that overlie the tail.

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Demoiselle Crane
Demoiselle Crane
Demoiselle Crane
Demoiselle Crane

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