[ zˈɛnɪkəs ɡˈɪlva͡ɪvˌɛntɹɪs], [ zˈɛnɪkəs ɡˈɪlvaɪvˌɛntɹɪs], [ z_ˈɛ_n_ɪ_k_ə_s ɡ_ˈɪ_l_v_aɪ_v_ˌɛ_n_t_ɹ_ɪ_s]
Related words: Xenicus Gilviventris facts, Xenicus Gilviventris habitat, Xenicus Gilviventris diet, Xenicus Gilviventris reproduction, Xenicus Gilviventris classification
How to use "Xenicus gilviventris" in context?
The gorgeous Xenicus Gilviventris is commonly found in the Upper Amazon and Orinoco Regions in South America. They stand around three feet in length with a wingspan of around six feet. The males are typically brighter in coloration with a reddish brown mane and tail, while the females are a much more muted tan. There are a few different subspecies of Xenicus Gilviventris, the easiest of which to tell apart is the Xenicus Gilviventris rostralis which has a thicker rostral horn on its head.
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