Alagoas curassow

Alagoas curassow
Identification

Black glossed blueness feather
Chestnut under-belly
Fourteen pale brown-tipped tail feathers
Bare grey rounded ear patch
Whitish-tipped red bill
Reddish brown iris
The female is slightly lighter than the male



Alagoas curassow

Distribution

Formerly resident in forests within the state of Alagoas, Brazil, significantly round the Murici space. With most of the forest removed for the cultivation of sugarcane, the bird was thought to be extinct. A survey found atiny low variety of birds (5) and captured them for a menagerie in Rio {de Janeiro|Rio|city|metropolis|urban center} de Janeiro. With the continued  destruction of the bird's surround and also the searching pressure on cracids throughout geographic region, it appears unlikely that any wild birds survive.
The species is currently believed to be extinct within the wild. The people extant were at just once crossbreed with Razor-billed gallinacean, and per se, it's unknown if any pure people still exis
Alagoas curassow

Habitat
Forest

Diet
The diet includes fruits

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