[ sˈabɪnˌi͡ə], [ sˈabɪnˌiə], [ s_ˈa_b_ɪ_n_ˌiə]
How to use "Sabinea" in context?
Sabinea is a South American bird of the toucan family. Sabineas are found in Bolivia, Chile, Peru and Ecuador. Endemic to north-east Peru, this 9-10 inch long toucan has striking, rich black and yellow plumage. Males are bright red with a yellow mask and a black breast, while the females are mainly duller shades of red with a yellow or green eye and a yellow beak that is slightly offset to the left. Their tail is black with a reddish-yellow tip. The Sabineas are typically solitary and depend on their aerial gifts of song and dance to attract mates.
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