[ d͡ʒˈabəɹˌuː mɪktˈi͡əɹɪə], [ dʒˈabəɹˌuː mɪktˈiəɹɪə], [ dʒ_ˈa_b_ə_ɹ_ˌuː m_ɪ_k_t_ˈiə_ɹ_ɪ__ə]
How to use "Jabiru mycteria" in context?
The Jabiru Mycteria, or Jabiru wood mycteria, is a medium-sized, flightless bird endemic to the island of New Guinea. These slender, long-tailed animals are typically brown or black with a distinctive white stripe running along the side of their head. They are the only member of the genus Jabiru. The jabiru is the second largest bird in New Guinea after the cassowary. The jabiru is a nocturnal hunter andgatherer and preys mostly on insects and invertebrates.
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