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The Madagascar Heron (Ardea humbloti) is natural to the island of Madagascar.
Sea level to 1500 meters.
It is normally seen in the water deposits, could be fresh water, brackish water or saltwater.
This egret is more active during daytime.
Nesting is solitary and in colonies made up of egrets of this species and others. The clutch is three eggs. Incubation is done by both parents.
The diet consists of fish and crustaceans
In length it reaches one meter.
The Madagascar Heron in Spanish is called “Garza Malgache”.
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