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Woodpecker

Males and females are blueish black with white stripes on their back and chisel shaped beaks. They are both climbers, so the main difference between them is that females have red beaks and males have scarlet colored feathers on their heads. They eat insects and larvae, and their eggs are white.

Scientific name
Campephilus magellanicus
Family
Picidae
Distribution
From the Bio Bio River to the Beagle Channel
Habitat
In forests.

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