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The Ross's Turaco (Musophaga rossae) is a stunning bird, and probably that’s why it is sometimes called the Lady Ross turaco. Ross's turacos, the second largest of all Turaco species, prefer the canopies of dense trees where they are agile climbers. It is native to the open woodlands, riverine forests and humid forest edges of Angola, Burundi, Central Cameroon, Gabon, Guinea, Nigeria, North Botswana, Rwanda, Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire), Uganda, Western Tanzania, West Kenya, West to Mouth of Congo River, South to Northern Zambia, and the Central African Republic. They are extremely territorial and aggressive to other birds, including raptors.
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