This is possibly the largest flying bird. What is the species name?

pheasant
great bustard
common quail
western capercaillie
Great bustard is possibly the largest flying bird - a male reaches up to 16 kg (how­ev­er, swans and pelicans reach similar sizes). It breeds in southern and central Europe, and across tem­per­ate Asia to Far East - however, its pop­u­la­tion sharply declines and now is found mostly in Spain and Por­tu­gal. It was hunted out of ex­is­tence in Britain by the 1840s, but cur­rent­ly the rein­tro­duc­tion of great bustard to UK is being carried out.

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pheasant
great bustard
common quail
western capercaillie
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flagSpain
16%
55%
5%
22%
18
flagPoland
14%
51%
7%
26%
7819
flagItaly
8%
50%
16%
25%
12
flagGermany
12%
48%
9%
28%
87
flagthe Netherlands
13%
47%
0%
39%
23
flagthe United Kingdom
14%
46%
9%
28%
154
flagthe United States
19%
46%
9%
21%
124
flagIndia
3%
46%
28%
21%
28
flagCanada
15%
46%
7%
30%
13
flagRepublic of Ireland
18%
45%
0%
36%
22
flagNorway
16%
41%
8%
33%
12
flagFrance
10%
40%
5%
45%
20
flagSweden
20%
40%
0%
40%
10
flagUnknown
26%
26%
13%
33%
282

Gender

men43%
women41%
pheasant
15%
15%
great bustard
43%
41%
common quail
7%
9%
western capercaillie
32%
33%

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