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Home Fact Sheets Mammals Reptiles Birds Insects & Spiders Causes Glossary News Go 2 Zoo Creature Cam Scarlet Ibis Scarlet Ibis By Cale Russellon June 20th, 2014, 12:55 pm Scientific Name– Eudocimus ruber Conservation Status– Least concern Appearance The scarlet ibis is a bird which is bright red. The
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HomeAbout janetthomas Just another WordPress.com site « Nichols and Altruistic Motivation Neuroscience and the Law » The Role of the Sacred Ibis in Ancient Egypt March 6, 2013 // 19 INTRODUCTION The Sacred Ibis (Threskionis aethiopicus) once lived in Egypt and is depicted in many ancient Egyptian wa
Encyclopædia Britannica Subscribe Log In · Join In the News Spotlight Demystified Quizzes Galleries Lists Search Click here to search Ibisbird subfamily Written By: The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica Last Updated: 5-20-2015 See Article History Alternative Title: Threskiornithinae Related Topics chord
The ibises (collective plural ibis classical plurals ibides and ibes) are a group of long-legged wading bird s in the family Threskiornithidae , that inhabit wetlands, forests and plains. Ibis derives from the Latin and Ancient Greek word for this group of birds. It also occurs in the scientific name of the cattle egre
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