The Pangani Longclaws (Macronyx aurantiigula) are found in the following African countries: Kenya, Somalia, and Tanzania. They inhabit dry savanna and subtropical or tropical dry lowland grassland.
They are ground-feeding insectivores and ground nesters, laying up to four speckled eggs.
They are named for their unusually long hind claws, which are thought to help in walking on grass.
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