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The Dusky-gray Heron (Ardea sumatrana) is natural to Asia. Its distribution includes Indochina, the islands of Indonesia, the Philippines, New Guinea and northern Australia.
This egret is sedentary.
Normally found on the sea coasts and proximity of rivers and other water courses.
Usually seen alone or in pairs. More active during the day and crepuscular hours. During high tide it rests on the rocks and perched on trees.
The usual clutch is two light greenish light blue eggs.
The diet consists of fish.
In length it reaches from 115 to 125 cm. The bill measures from 15 to 17 cm.
The Dusky-gray Heron in Spanish is called “Garza de Sumatra”.
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