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A ground-dwelling bird, inhabiting grassland and scrub in the New World tropics; long legs and neck; tuft of feathers between eyes; poor flier; eats insects, small vertebrates, leaves, seeds, and fruit; also known as the cariama. (Family: Cariamidae, 2 species.)

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