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Around 125 species of crows, jays and magpies are found worldwide. They inhabit all continents except Antarctica.
The body size in this family is quite variable. Ravens and crows can be quite large whereas jays and magpies are only medium-sized. The Common Raven is the largest passerine in the world, reaching 69 cm in length and 2 kg in weight. On the other hand the Dwarf Jay of Mexico with 20 cm and 40 g is the smallest corvid.
Corvidae is a family in the order Passeriformes.
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