Limpkins Pg2, forage mostly in marshes and along the edges of ponds, small rivers
and fresh water wetlands. Except during mating and rearing season, they pretty much
keep to themselves while at the same time tolerating the presence of other species.

Limpkins may be classified with cranes and rails, though the species has been set apart
from such with its own Aramidae designation. They share oversized feet with various rails.
Size and shape resemble that of different types of ibis. Like the Glossy below.
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