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The todies are the smallest, with lengths of nine to about 11.5 centimetres (3.5 to
4.5 inches), and the hornbills, which range in length from about 40 to 160
centimetres (16 to 63 inches), are the largest. The kingfishers are from ten to
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genus Chrysococcyx, which are about 15 centimetres (six inches) long, to the
large ground cuckoos (Carpo- Size ranges coccyx) and the larger species of
coucals (Centropus), which reach nearly 90 centimetres (three feet), including the
During this year a boy usually grows between 7 and 12 centimetres (2.75 and
4.75 inches) and a girl between 6 and 1 1 centimetres (2.35 and 4.35 inches).
Children who have their peak early reach a somewhat higher peak than those
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