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Red eyed cow corpse

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krasnoglazy korovy trupial

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r h f c y j u k f p s q r j h j d b q n h e g b f k

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Red eyed cow corpse

The red-eyed cow corpse is a species of birds of the corpus family. Genus Cow corpses. Listed in the IUCN Red List of Least Concern.

Distributed in Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Mexico, Nicaragua, El Salvador and in the southern United States. An isolated population that lives on the Caribbean coast of Columbia is sometimes considered a separate species - the Amazonian bovine corpse, Molothrus armenti.

The size of an adult male is 20 cm long and weighs 68 grams. The plumage is black with a greenish-bronze tint along the edge of the wings and on the tail. The eyes are red. The female is 18.5 cm long and weighs 56 grams. The plumage of females is black above, brownish below. Young birds are similar to females, but have gray stripes in their plumage.

Like all cow corpses, this bird is a nesting parasite. She lays her eggs in the nests of other birds, which feed their chicks instead of their own. They prefer to throw eggs in the nests of the earthen sparrow Prevost and the white-capped atlapeta.

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