amokura

amokura

(ˈɑːˌməʊkuːrə)
n, pl amokura
(Animals) a white pelagian bird, Paethon rubricauda, of tropical latitudes in the Indian and Pacific oceans, with a red beak and long red tail feathers
[Māori]
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