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This species is among the largest cranes, typically measuring about 150 to 158 cm (4 ft 11 in to 5 ft 2 in) tall and 101. 2–150 cm (3 ft 4 in–4 ft 11 in) in length (from bill to tail tip). Across the large wingspan, the red-crowned crane measures 220–250 cm (7 ft 3 in–8 ft 2 in). Typical body weight can range from 4. 8 to 10. 5 kg (11 to 23 lb), with males being slightly larger and heavier than females and weight ranging higher just prior to migration. On average, it is the heaviest crane species, although both the sarus and wattled crane can grow taller and exceed this species in linear measurements. On average, adult males from Hokkaidō weighed around 8. 2 kg (18 lb) and adult females there averaged around 7. 3 kg (16 lb), while a Russian study found males averaged 10 kg (22 lb) and females averaged 8. 6 kg (19 lb); in some cases, females could outweigh their mates despite the males’ slightly larger average body weight. Another study found the average weight of the species to be 8. 9 kg (20 lb). The maximum known weight of the red-crowned crane is 15 kg (33 lb). Among standard measurements, the wing chord measures 50. 2–74 cm (19. 8–29. 1 in), the exposed culmen measures 13. 5–17. 7 cm (5. 3–7. 0 in), tail length is 21. 5–30 cm (8. 5–11. 8 in), and the tarsus measures 23. 7–31. 9 cm (9. 3–12. 6 in).

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