The Red-Crowned Crane, otherwise known as Tancho (in Japanese), is among the rarest cranes in the world. These cranes breed in large wetlands in temperate parts of East Asia in winter. During courtship, a mating pair will engage in dancing and unison calling. The house holds the value of "Elegance".
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House Companion Animal: Saola
Aka ‘Asian Unicorn’. One of the rarest large mammals; threatened mainly by poaching
Residential Fellow: Dr Céline Coderey