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Galliformes adalah satu order unggas buruan atau belaan berbadan besar yang mencari makan di daratan, yang mana termasuk ayam belanda, grouse, ayam, puyuh Dunia Baru dan Lama, ptarmigan, sang-seruk, burung kuang dan Cracidae. Nama-nama biasa lain termasuk mergastua atau unggas buruan atau galliforms.

Galliformes
Julat zaman: 45–0 Ma
Eocene-Kini rekod mungkin Cretaceous Akhir
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Ayam hutan Kelabu jantan, Gallus sonneratii
Pengelasan saintifik
Alam: Haiwan
Filum: Chordata
Kelas: Burung

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