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Relative Size (Birds)

Description
relative size as compared with commonly known birds
Values
IconValueDescriptionSource
Crow± Crow±Approximately the size of a crow - 43± cm.IBP: Adapted from The Book of Indian Birds - Salim Ali
Vulture± Vulture±Approximately the size of a Vulture - 91± cm.IBP: Adapted from The Book of Indian Birds - Salim Ali
Myna± Myna±Approximately the size of a myna - 23± cm.IBP: Adapted from The Book of Indian Birds - Salim Ali
Bulbul± Bulbul±Approximately the size of a bulbul - 20± cm.IBP: Adapted from The Book of Indian Birds - Salim Ali
Sparrow± Sparrow±Approximately the size of a sparrow - 15± cm.IBP: Adapted from The Book of Indian Birds - Salim Ali
Quail± Quail±Approximately the size of a quail - 17-20± cm.IBP: Adapted from The Book of Indian Birds - Salim Ali
Partridge± Partridge±Approximately the size of a partridge - 33± cm.IBP: Adapted from The Book of Indian Birds - Salim Ali
Duck± Duck±Approximately the size of a duck - 61± cm.IBP: Adapted from The Book of Indian Birds - Salim Ali
Kite± Kite±Approximately the size of a kite - 61± cm.IBP: Adapted from The Book of Indian Birds - Salim Ali
Village Hen± Village Hen±Approximately the size of a village hen - 46-76± cm.IBP: Adapted from The Book of Indian Birds - Salim Ali
Pigeon± Pigeon±Approximately the size of a pigeon - 33± cm.IBP: Adapted from The Book of Indian Birds - Salim Ali
Trait Type
SINGLE CATEGORICAL
Data Type
STRING
Species Field
Natural History
Coverage
[Aves]
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