The name Jabiru has also been used for two other birds of a distinct genus: the Asian Black-necked Stork , commonly called Jabiru in Australia; and sometimes also for the Saddle-billed Stork of sub-Saharan Africa. In particular, Gardiner's Egyptian hieroglyph G29, believed to depict an E. senegalensis, is sometimes labeled Jabiru in hieroglyph lists.

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The Jabiru is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Jabiru (Jabiru mycteria) is a large stork found in the Americas from Mexico to Argentina, except west of the Andes. It is most common in the Pantanal region of Brazil and the Eastern Chaco region of Paraguay. It is the only member of the genus Jabiru. The name comes from the Tupi-Guaraní language and means "swollen neck". More

Location of Jabiru in Northern Territory (red) Question book-new.svg This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (June 2008) Jabiru is a town in the Northern Territory of Australia. It was originally built in 1982 as a closed town to house the community living at Jabiru East near the Ranger Uranium Mine eight kilometres away. More

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In 2001 I flew in a Jabiru aircraft based on representations made by the pilot and manufacturer. We crashed on climb-out due Jabiru engine failure. There has never been a crash investigation of who, why and how this air crash occurred, nor the into the circumstances or representations made. There have been other Jabiru aircraft plane crashes after mine in 2001 that should have been prevented. More

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A fossil species of jabiru was found in the early Pliocene Codore Formation near Urumaco, Venezuela (Walsh & Sánchez 2008). Description - A Jabiru in Belize The Jabiru is the tallest flying bird found in South America and Central America, often standing around the same height as the flightless and much heavier American Rhea. More

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years the Jabiru LSA 55/2K model aircraft was type certificated by the Australian Civil Aviation Authority under an Australian standard (CAO 101.55) similar to the later introduced USA/FAA Primary Category. The type certificate was awarded on 1 October 1991, but only one month later their Italian engine manufacturer (IAME-KFM112M) advised that it was ceasing aircraft engine manufacture. The KFM engine was then the lightest 4 stroke engine available on the market and the Jabiru aircraft had been developed around this engine. More

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jabiru - large black-and-white stork of tropical Africa; its red bill has a black band around the middleEphippiorhynchus senegalensis, saddlebillstork - large mostly Old World wading birds typically having white-and-black plumageEphippiorhynchus, genus Ephippiorhynchus - saddlebills 3. More

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Order : Ciconiiformes
Family : Ciconiidae
Genus : Jabiru
Species : mycteria
Authority : (Lichtenstein, 1819)