Birds Image Stock | Bare faced curassow

The bare-faced curassow (Crax fasciolata) is the only curassow with extensive bare black skin on the face. Like other Crax curassows, this species is sexually dimorphic: the male is mostly black with a white vent, while the female is barred black above with orange to rufous underparts. It is found from eastern Amazonia south through central Brazil into Paraguay and northern Argentina. It forages on the ground in forest and forest edge, where it can be fairly common.
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