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Red-bellied fruit doves are very colourful birds. Both sexes have a distinctive red crown and a red patch on the abdomen. They are usually found in pairs, but also
in larger flocks at foraging sites. They are able to pick the fruits off branches when foraging, while hanging upside down.


ClassificationOrder: Columbiformes; family: pigeons and doves
HabitatMainly in dense forest canopies
Reproduction1 egg, incubation period: 18 days

Status according to Red List

More information you will get on the web page of the IUCN Red List.