Theropod Thursday 47: who’s that bird?

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10 Responses to Theropod Thursday 47: who’s that bird?

  1. Pingback: Theropoden-Donnerstag 47: was’n das fürn Vogel? | dinosaurpalaeo auf Deutsch

  2. himmapaan says:

    Sly creature is resembling a goose. But those wings seem to suggest pelican?

  3. Liguo says:

    Cygnus ??

  4. StephenM says:

    Flamingo, without pink.

  5. I can see none of you is fooled with regards to size – good!

  6. TomT says:

    Going out on a limb and guessing duck.

  7. Lars Dietz says:

    Coscoroba Swan (Coscoroba coscoroba)?

  8. Cool – five different answers. As expected, himmapaan nailed it right away, and a special bones thumbs-up goes to Mark Robinson for getting the species right: it is a resting American White Pelican (Pelecanus erythrorhynchos) in breeding condition.

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