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cormoran {m} à poitrine blanche [Phalacrocorax lucidus]
white-breasted cormorant
martin-chasseur {m} de Smyrne [Halcyon smyrnensis]
white-breasted kingfisher
mésite {f} variée [Mesitornis variegatus]
white-breasted mesite
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Usage Examples English
  • The large, white-breasted "S. e. arctica" of north east Siberia is distinctive in appearance and genetically, and may be another subspecies group or even a separate species.
  • Some of the birds found are common redshank, common greenshank, brahminy kite, white-breasted waterhen and marsh sandpiper.
  • A large number of birds are supported here, including numerous seabirds, as well as pied imperial pigeons, fruit doves, varied honeyeaters, and white-breasted woodswallows.
  • A large variety of bird species inhabit the park including many sea birds, red-eared firetail, white-breasted robin, rock parrot and emu.
  • The southern white-breasted hedgehog ("Erinaceus concolor"), sometimes referred to as white-bellied hedgehog or white-chested hedgehog, is a hedgehog native to Eastern Europe and Southwestern Asia.
  • The gray kingbird or grey kingbird ("Tyrannus dominicensis"), also known as pitirre, petchary or white-breasted kingbird, is a passerine bird.
  • It brings guests up-close to nearly 60 (and growing) African black-footed penguins, white-breasted cormorants, and Great white pelicans in a vivid re-creation of their natural habitat along the coasts and islands of South Africa.
  • Where it co-exists with the northern white-breasted hedgehog ("Erinaceus roumanicus"), the two species are difficult to distinguish in the field, the latter having a white spot on its chest.
  • Its closest living relative, the white breasted guineafowl, "Agelastes meleagrides" inhabit primary forests in Central Africa.
  • The white-breasted cormorant ("Phalacrocorax lucidus") ranges over the lake, as do many other waterbirds.
  • White breasted woodswallows are seen to be cooperative breeders, with birds other than parents assisting with care for offspring.
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