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n. - Brilliantly colored Asian pheasant having wattles and two fleshy processes on the head.

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  • Forest fragmentation in India and Pakistan is causing the continued decline of the Western tragopan (tragopan melanocephalus, VU).
  • The largest number of the highly threatened western tragopan (tragopan melanocephalus) and long-billed bush-warbler (Bradypterus major) are found here.
  • I may put up my own pic in a while: we keep a spiny lobster, a hippo, a tragopan, a Zuni turtle and the latest addition, an armadillo, who looks perpetually ill-at-ease.
  • Some of these species are Blyth's tragopan (tragopan blythii), great hornbill (Buceros bicornis), wreathed hornbill (Aceros undulatus), and rufous-necked hornbill... for more
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