Mallee-fowl



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1.
an Australian bird, Leipoa ocellata, of variegated gray, brown, white, and black plumage, that lays up to 35 eggs in an incubating mound.
noun
1.
an Australian megapode, Leipoa ocellata, that allows its eggs to incubate naturally in a sandy mound

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