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sábado, 12 de septiembre de 2009 a las 9:03
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domingo, 8 de diciembre de 2019 a las 6:54
Early Taipei Bus Adult Ticket (Plastic Card) . Used.
Face value per card :NT$300. Good condition.
Welcome to combine to buy total 12 pieces ( 12-1 to 12-12) of the complete set.
The black-faced spoonbill is a migratory bird. Its current global population is estimated at only a little over 1,000. Both the Red Data Book of Wild Birds and the Republic of China in Taiwan listed it as an endangered species. Found only in East Asia, it has a range that extends from Russia and the Korean Peninsula in the north, to Taiwan, Hong Kong and Vietnam in the south. The black-faced spoonbill’s principal breeding grounds are the islands off the west coast of Korea (near the border of North and South Korea) and the depopulated rocky islands on the open sea of Liaoning Province, China. Currently, the Zengwun Estuary is the bird’s most important wintering ground. In recent years, development of coastal land has had a major ecological impact on the black-faced spoonbill’s habitat.
The black-faced spoonbill has a long bill, long legs and a long neck. Its feet are webbed. It is a medium- to large-sized wading bird, and its flat elongated black bill looks like a Chinese lute, or pipa—hence its Chinese name pilu, meaning the pipa egret. An average adult has a body that is about 74 centimeters long. It looks very graceful when it walks and spreads its wings. Therefore, it is nicknamed the “Black-Faced Dancer.” An adult has white winter plumage; in summer, it will develop yellow aigrette at the back of its neck, and its breast area will turn golden yellow.
The photo is only an example.
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