[ kwˈaməklˌɪt pɛnˈɑːtə], [ kwˈaməklˌɪt pɛnˈɑːtə], [ k_w_ˈa_m_ə_k_l_ˌɪ_t p_ɛ_n_ˈɑː_t_ə]
How to use "Quamoclit pennata" in context?
The Quamoclit Pennata, also known as the Kamchatka Finch, is a species of bird that is endemic to Kamchatka, a Russian island in the Pacific Ocean. It is the smallest of all the known Philippine Finch species. The Quamoclit Pennata is restricted to a small part of the easternmost section of the island, and it is critically endangered because of habitat destruction, hunting, and pollution. The Quamoclit Pennata is related to the Sickle-billed Finch and the Masked Finch, both of which are less endangered.
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