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The sickle-winged guan (Chamaepetes goudotii), a slimmer, arboreal, long-tailed version of a Guineafowl, feeds mainly on fruits, with some seeds and leaves also taken, with most foraging apparently undertaken arboreally, and usually in small groups. It uses an odd wing display to make metallic snapping sounds. It occurs throughout the northern Andes,from Venezuela through Colombia and Peru, and northern Bolivia.
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