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How heavy is a typical adult Sarus Crane


Weight
423.28754339496 Ounce
26.455471462185 Pound
1.8896765330132 Stone
12000 Gram
12 Kilogram
0.012 Tonne
0.013227735731092 Ton (US)
60000 Carat
0.23620956662665 Hundredweight

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