Rose-Breasted Cockatoo

Rose-Breasted Cockatoo

The Rose-Breasted Cockatoo (Eolophus roseicapilla), likewise known as the galah cockatoo, is native to landmass Australia.

The species is located mostly in open habitats that have scattered trees for shelter. Grownups are about 35 centimeters (14 in) long from the beak to the pointer of the tail feathers and weigh 270– 350 g.

This striking bird has typically intense pink quill. It has pink face and also breast; and also pinkish-white crests. It has a pale gray back, rump. and legs.

Male and female show up similar, nevertheless; the male has really dark brown (practically black) irises, and also the woman has mid-brown or red irises

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