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What is the size of Sarus Crane Bird ?

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120 cm
145 cm
176 cm
192 cm


They range in size from the Demoiselle Crane, which measures 90 cm (35 in) in length, to the Sarus Crane, which can be up to 176 cm (69 in).

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What is the weigh of heaviest Crane bird ?

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12 kg
10 kg
7.8 kg
8.5 kg


The heaviest is the Red-crowned Crane, weigh 12 kg (26 lb).

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What is the name of higher classification of Crane Bird ?

Animalia
Gruidae
Gruiformes
Anthropoides


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What is the special with Crane Bird at world level ?

Strongest bird
High speed bird
Tallest bird
Beautiful bird


The cranes are large to very large birds, including the world''s tallest flying bird.

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What is the native place of Siberian Cranes ?

Arctic Russia
Western Russia
Arctic Siberia
Western Australia


Siberian Cranes are native to arctic Russia and western Siberia.

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Where is the Siberian Cranes seasonal home ?

Kolkata, India
Chandigarh, India
Ludhiyana, India
Bharatpur, India


Every winter, Siberian Cranes migrate from Russia to warmer climes. In India Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is their seasonal home.

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Which body part of a crane work in conjunction with the crane’s beak ?

Feet
Feet and Legs
Legs
Neck


The feet and legs of a crane work in conjunction with the crane’s beak.

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How cranes can stand for hours in near-freezing water ?

Ability to freeze himself
Ability to sleep in standing position
Ability to constrict blood vessels in their feet
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Have you ever wondered how cranes can stand for hours in near-freezing water? This is because, they have the ability to constrict blood vessels in their feet, thereby reducing blood flow.

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By which body part Cranes attack on aggressors ?

With their mandible
With their feet
With their wings
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Cranes attack aggressors with their feet.

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How many miles Whooping cranes can fly in a day ?

100 miles
130 miles
360 miles
500 miles


Whooping cranes have been known to fly as far as 500 miles in a day.

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