|Scientific name||Cacatua sulphurea|
|Length||13 inches (34 centimeters)|
|Weight||8.8 to 14.1 ounces (250 to 400 grams)|
|Life span||60 to 80 years|
|Breeding life span||possibly 25+ years|
|Number of eggs in a clutch||2 to 3 eggs|
|Incubation||24 to 26 days|
They are small white cockatoos with a yellow re-curved crest. To tell the different genders apart, male cockatoos have black eyes and females have brown eyes.
Where can they be found?
Lesser Sulphur Crested Cockatoos are found on the island of Indonesia. Their climate is very tropical. They can be found in the tropical forests and on the edge of these types of forests.
When do they breed?
They bread during winter and spring season. Their clutch size is about 2 to 3 eggs. The incubation period takes about 24 to 26 days but once their babies hatch they will fledge about 8 to 10 weeks of age.
Lesser Sulphur Crested Cockatoos are critically endangered.
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