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Omaha Zoo, Nebraska Henry Doorly Zoo

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Great Hornbill (Buceros bicornis) – Nepal, India, the Malay Peninsula and Sumatra, Indonesia.  They are a large bird measuring 38 to 47 inches long.  The wingspan is about 60 inches.  They weight 4 to 8 lbs.  Great Hornbill males and females can be identified from their eyes.  The males have red irises, with black rims.  The females have white irises with red rims.  The strange shape on the top of the enormous bill  is called a casque.  The casque is hollow.
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Hottentot Teal Duck (Anas Punctata) – Central and Southern Africa.  Freshwater ponds are where this Teal can be found. They have a tan head with a black crest, a blue-gray bill with a black stripe down the middle, and the wings are black or dark brown. 
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Hyacinth Macaw (Amadorhynchus hyacinthinus) 
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Siberian Tiger ( Panthera tigris) Manchuria and Siberia.  This is one tired tiger.  The tiger is the largest of the cat family.  The tiger habitats very from tropical jungles to cold densely covered areas always near water.
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Prevost’s Squirrel (Callosciurus prevostii) – Southeast Asia.  This tri-colored squirrel has black, white and a chestnut-red coloring.  Their eyes are large and protruding.
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Cantil Viper (Agkistrodon bilineatus) –  

 

 

 


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