detin 3 perechi The Egyptian pigeon is a distinct breed of pigeons native to the country of the pyramids. Egyptian pigeons are better known as "the Egyptian Swift". The breed was first recognized as a distinct version of the conventional pigeon back in the 18th century. Its narrow body characterizes the Egyptian pigeon, which is long and sloping with a concave back. These birds have a relatively low station and stand upright upon short legs. Compared to its body the Egyptian pigeon has a relatively smaller and articulate head fitted with a small beak. On observation you will find that the legs of the pegion do not have any feathers under the hock. It is because of these characteristics that the Egyptian pigeon was assigned the name of "Swift". The body of the Egyptian Swift is covered with a dense lining of long feathers that are very brittle in nature. The characteristics mentioned here are the standards for the show bird version of the Egyptian pigeon.
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