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The Kori Bustard (Ardeotis kori) is the largest bird capable of flight. Males are larger than females. Their gait is a stately walk. They are found in open dry bush and semi-desert areas. The males display by inflating their necks like a balloon then raising their tails up along its back, rather like the peacock.
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