Gallery description : nightingale

Nightingale (luscinia magarhynchos) is a bird type animal. It inhabits open forests and thickets. The weight of the animal is about 15g - 22g (0.5oz - 0.7oz) and average life span is 1 - 3 years. Rats, cats, lizards are the dangerous creatures for nightingales. See the table below for more information.

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Facts about nightingales
NameNightingale
LifestyleSolitary
Wing Span20cm - 22cm (7.9in - 9in)
FamilyMuscicapidae
Top Speed29km/h (18mph)
Weight15g - 22g (0.5oz - 0.7oz)
PhylumChordata
Conservation StatusLeast concern
ColourBrown, tan
HabitatOpen forests and thickets
KingdomAnimalia
TypeBird
DietOmnivore
PredatorsRats, cats, lizards
Scientific NameLuscinia magarhynchos
Average Clutch Size3
Size (L)14cm - 16.5cm (5.5in - 6.5in)
ClassAves
Distinctive FeaturesSmall body size with no markings and thin beak
Skin TypeFeathers
OrderPasseriformes
Main PreyFruit, nuts, seeds, insects
GenusLuscinia
Life Span1 - 3 years
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