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Male 65â€“78 cm ; female 41â€“46 cm
Female has more cryptic plumage for camouflage
Borneo is not in their natural range but they were introduced into oil palm plantations of Eastern Sabah. They have since become firmly established and big flocks of them can be commonly seen in plantations in the Lahad Datu,Kinabatangan and other neighbouring districts.
They have also been introduced to Hawaii
There are 5 subspecies:
Tropical lowland forests, secondary, disturbed, evergreen and deciduous forests and forest edges; open grasslands, scrub, jungle, mangroves, orchards and plantations.
They can fly much better than domesticated chickens.
They are Omnivorous and will eat whatever they happen upon.
Call: Typical cock-a-doodle-doo call.
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