Scientific Name: Otidiphaps nobilis nobilis

Found In: Indonesia & Papua New Guinea

Size: 16.5 to 19.7 inches in length and 1.1 pounds in weight

Diet: Frugivorous: Seeds and fallen fruit

Threat Level: Least Concern – The population is undergoing a slow decline owing to deforestation of its primary forest habitat.

Facts: It is thought that these birds were once pigeons, but grew large and adapted to a life of living on the ground like a pheasant.