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Lady Ross’ Turaco

Musophaga rossae

Not closely related to any other birds, the red feathers of turacos contain a pigment not found in any other animal. They excrete seeds of the fruit they consume in their droppings, helping new forests spring up even in cleared areas.

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CONSERVATION STATUS

Least Concern

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