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Great blue turaco

Tropics·Bird

These sociable birds live in groups of up to 10 birds, although multiple bird groups may gather in the same tree. While the great blue turaco is a weak flyer, it’s a strong climber. These birds are able to nimbly navigate the treetops they call home.

  • Conservation StatusLeast Concern
  • Life spanaround 30 years
  • Body sizearound 29 in. long
  • Native habitat Tropical forests of West and Central Africa
  • DietFruits, leaves, and flowers
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