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The straw-necked ibis is extremely nomadic, constantly searching for suitable habitation.
Length: 24 to 30 inches
Aquatic and terrestrial insects, molluscs, frogs and small reptile
Shallow freshwater wetlands, dry or wet grasslands and swamps
Range in the Wild:
Northern Tasmania, Australia and southern New Guinea
Listed as Least Concern. The straw-necked ibises have a large range and stable population size.
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