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Crown (anatomy)



 

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A crown is the top of the head.

The following birds and other animals are said to have a crown on their head:

  • Cranes
    • Grey-crowned Crane
    • Red-crowned Crane
    • Black-crowned Crane
  • Crowned eagle
  • Gray-crowned Rosy Finch
  • Yellow-crowned Gonolek
  • Blue-crowned Hanging Parrot
  • Herons
    • Yellow-crowned Night Heron
    • Black-crowned Night Heron
  • Hornbills
    • Crowned Hornbill
    • Sri Lanka Grey Hornbill
  • Kinglet
    • Golden-crowned Kinglet
    • Ruby-crowned Kinglet
  • Blue-crowned Motmot
  • White-crowned Sparrow
  • Ashy-crowned Sparrow-lark
  • Black-crowned Tchagra
  • Orange-crowned Warbler
  • White-crowned Wheatear
  • Red-crowned Woodpecker
  • Bats
    • Giant golden-crowned flying fox
 
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