|Scientific name||Caloenas nicobarica|
|Length||15.7 inches (40 centimeters)|
|Weight||21.6 ounces (613 grams)|
|Incubation||17 to 18 days|
|Number of eggs||1 egg|
Who are their closest living relatives?
The closest living relative are the dodo birds.
What is another name for Nicobar Pigeons?
They can also be called Hackled Pigeon, Nicobar Dove, Vulturine Pigeon, or White-tailed Pigeon
Where do Nicobar Pigeons live?
These pigeons can be found on the small islands and in coastal regions of Andaman and Nicobar Island of India.
What does a Nicobar Pigeon look like?
The Nicobar pigeon is the largest pigeon. Their head is grey that goes into green and copper hackles, their tail is very short and all white. The majority of their body is a metallic green. Their beak is small and black, with strong dull red legs.
Nicobar Pigeons are near threatened.
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