What is another word for Genus Jabiru?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɛnəs d͡ʒˈabəɹˌuː] (IPA)

The Genus Jabiru is a group of birds that belong to the family Ciconiidae. The Jabiru Stork, also known as the American Jabiru, is the only species in this genus. It is a large bird found in Central and South America and is identified by its black and white feathers and a distinctive red neck and head. If you are looking for synonyms for the Genus Jabiru, you could use the term "Jabiru Stork" interchangeably. Other words that could be used to describe the Jabiru Stork include "American Jabiru," "Jabiru Bird," or even simply "Jabiru".

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