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The Sarus Crane with the scientific name of Grus Antigone is one of the large non-migratory cranes found in the world.
It falls under the family Gruidae and is one among the fifteen species of cranes.
The quick classification of this sarus crane is given below,
During the breeding season, the bare red skin of the adult birds' head and neck becomes brighter and the skin becomes rough and covered by papillae. Narrow area behind and around the head is covered by black bristly feathers. Both sexes of these species do not differ in plumage. But,on average male birds are larger than the female birds.