Asian Emerald Cuckoo

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The Asian Emerald Cuckoo ranges across Southeast Asia, in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam. The Asian Emerald Cuckoo is a protected animal in Malaysia.

A female Asian Emerald Cuckoo

Its scientific name is Chrysococcyx maculatus.

Qualities[change | change source]

The Emerald Cuckoo, a bird, is warm blooded and shrouded in feathers over body and wing. It has a beak and no teeth. The Emerald Cuckoo's heart consists of four chambers, just like in humans.

Reproduction[change | change source]

Emerald Cuckoos reproduce by laying eggs. The eggs are hard shelled and produced in a nest built by the parents. Like most species of cuckoos, they raise their own young.

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