(noun) a large white tropical American stork, Jabiru mycteria, with a dark naked head and a dark bill
(noun) a large Australian stork, Xenorhyncus asiaticus, having a white plumage, dark green back and tail, and red legs
Use "jabirus" in a sentence
"The region has many more bichos, or wild animals, than other parts of the Pantanal: jaguars; anacondas up to 30 feet long; enormous rodents; and hundreds of amazing bird species like herons, parrots, blue macaws; and strange looking jabirus, which have ten-foot wing spans and look like dinosaur-age pterodactyls."
"Occasionally we saw pairs of the stately jabirus, or adjutant-looking marabouts, wading among the shoals, and spur-winged geese, and other water-fowl, but there was scarcely a crocodile or a hippopotamus to be seen."
"Near the ranch-house, about forty feet up in a big tree, was a jabirus nest containing young jabirus."