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, any of the New World tropical birds of the family Cotingidae. Cotingas range from N Argentina to the southern border of the United States; most are forest species and inhabit the highest treetops.
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(Procnias alba), a bird of the family Cotingidae of the order Passeriformes. The body of the bellbird is about 25 cm long. The male is white and the female is greenish. At the base of his beak the male has a bare, black, muscular caruncle. When the male makes a melodious bell-like call, the caruncle, which possibly acts as a resonator, becomes noticeably longer. Bellbirds are found in the mountain forests of the Guianas.

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There seemed genuine sadness in his eyes as he explained Uluru's spiritual meaning to the Anangu Aborigines who've lived beneath it for 22,000 years, and how clambering all over its sacred ground is as disrespectful to them as Lungkata was to the bellbird brothers when stealing their meat.
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You hear the last silvery chime of the bellbird as the rugged track melds into a harmless, sandy path that takes you through grass to the water of Milford Sound.
The only exception is the Three-Wattled Bellbird (Procnias tricarunculatus) for which annual counts during a six year period estimate 116-248 individuals in Monteverde (Sandoval, 2014).
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