Pink-bellied Imperial Pigeon
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Common Name Philippine Zone-tailed Imperial Pigeon, Zone-tailed Pigeon and Philippine Imperial Pigeon
Range Philippines
Scientific Classification
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Chordata
Class Aves
Order Columbiformes
Family Columbidae
Genus Ducula
Species Ducula poliocephala
Conservation Status
Near Threatened

The Pink-bellied imperial pigeon (Ducula poliocephala), otherwise known as the Philippine zone-tailed imperial pigeon, zone-tailed pigeon, or the Philippine imperial pigeon, is a species of pigeon found in the Philippines. It is a fruit-eating bird. According to the IUCN Red List and BirdLife International's Red Book, the pink-bellied imperial pigeon is a "near threatened" species as of 2000. This is due to the loss of habitat and exploitation by humans.

The pink-bellied imperial pigeon is mostly dark gray, with a pale gray head, an appropriately pink belly, and a brown, black, and gray pattern on its tail. Its eyes and eye ceres are red.

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