These giant wading birds are the largest of their species, the Ibis. They are found in the humid marshlands and swamps of Northern Cambodia in Asia. They rely on the shallow waterways for food and use their long bill to forage in the mud and water. They commonly build their nests in low proximity to human activity, usually around 4km away.
DID YOU KNOW?
The Giant Ibis is the national bird of Cambodia.
Type of animal: Bird
Region: Cambodia, Asia
Habitat: Swamps and Marshland
Maximum Height: Up to 1m
Diet: Crustaceans, Fish and Amphibians
Status: Critically Endangered
There is only 1 species of Giant Ibis in the world and they are found in Cambodia, Asia. Giant Ibis can be found on wading in marshlands and swamps foraging for food.