The giant heron, or the giant heron (lat.Ardea goliath) is a bird from the heron family.
The giant heron lives throughout sub-Saharan Africa. Adult birds are settled, young birds fly from nesting territories to feeding grounds.
The giant heron is the largest representative of the heron family. In length reaches 140 cm, wingspan - 210-230 cm. The head and neck are chestnut-brown, the body is gray-brown, the chin is white. The beak is of medium length, very powerful.
Giant herons live in swamps, in places remote from people, they never settle in colonies.
Like most representatives of its genus, the giant heron feeds on the roots and bulbs of aquatic plants, aquatic insects, frogs, snakes and small fish.
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