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Lesser Adjutant

Lesser Adjutants is like other members of the genus, they have hairless necks and heads. They are commonly found in India, Southeast Asia to Java Island. The body length can reach 87 to 93cm with a weight of 5.71kg. They used to live in swamps and rivers in groups of 20 birds. Unfortunately, now they're threatened by hunting, the likelihood of their population will continue to decline if the habitat of origin and hunting are continued. Good thing, at Eco Green Park you can find out how to keep the animal population and keep their habitat. So, don't forget to visit Eco Green Park!