Scientific name : Alectoris chukar
Other names: Български: Тракийски кеклик , Brezhoneg: Klujar choukar , Català: Perdiu chukar , Česky: orebice čukar , Dansk: Chukarhøne , Deutsch: Chukarhuhn , Esperanto: Ĉukaro , Español: Perdiz Chucar , Eesti: aasia kivikana , Basque: Turkiar eper , Suomi: Vuoripyy , Français: Perdrix choukar , Magyar: Csukár , Italiano: Coturnice orientale , 日本語: イワシャコ , Lietuviškai: Kalninis keklikas , Nederlands: Aziatische Steenpatrijs , Norsk: Berghøne , Polski: Góropatwa azjatycka , Português: Perdiz-chucar , Русский: Азиатский кеклик , Svenska: Berghöna , Türkçe: Kınalı keklik

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Its occurrence extends within a range of 10,300,000 km² and it commonly is present at heights from lowlands up to 4500m above sea level.




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