Temminck’s TragopanVoltar às Aves
|Nome Comum||Temminck's Tragopan|
|Nome Científico||Tragopan Temminckii|
The male is a full-bodied red and orange bird with white plumage with black spots and its pink legs. It has a bare blue facial skin, a retractable leather below the blue face and horns. The female is a brown bird with white spots. Its appearance resembles the tragopan satyr, but unlike the last species has an orange collar around the neck. The diet consists mainly of fruits, grass and plants.
|Tamanho||Males 64 cm and Females 58 cm.|
|Peso||Males 1.36 to 1.45 kg and females 9 to 1.05 kg.|
|Reprodução na Natureza||Lays 3 to 5 eggs that are incubated for a period of 28 to 29 days.|
|Reprodução em Cativeiro||Lays 14 to 19 eggs that are incubated for a period of 28 to 29 days.|
Found in the forests of northern South Asia, northeast India, northwestern Vietnam, Tibet and northern provinces of China.
Note: The transport will be most of the time, done through airplanes in boxes.