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Kakapos are large, flightless members of the Parrot family, in the genus Strigops. They are only found in New Zealand and are the most endangered species of Parrot.

Details include description, range, habitat, diet, breeding, status, threats, conservation programs, social behavior, and unique facts.
  • Earth's Endangered Creatures: Kakapo

    Explains where and when it was listed, other names, location, size, why endangered, coloring, habitats, diet, breeding, and recovery plan.

  • Enchanted Learning: Kakapo

    Provides coloring page, behavior, sounds, lifespan, threats, anatomy, diet, and reproduction.

  • Facts About the Kakapo

    Tells about world records it holds, breeding, feeding, getting around, behavior, and life cycle.

  • Kakapo

    Features overview, facts, threats, recovery program, how to help, ranger diaries, and video.

  • Kakapo (Strigops habroptila)

    Reports previous name, IUCN and CITES status, appearance, distribution, habitat, mating system, diet, threats, and conservation information.

  • Kakapo (Strigops habroptila)

    Lists species champion, reasons for status, synonyms, appearance, voice, range, population, conservation, ecology, and threats.

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