|A1||–Royal Vomit||Haxan 33||3:54|
|A2||–Royal Vomit||Caveman / Skin Paintings||1:19|
|A3||–Royal Vomit||Likasi Jungle Lakes||1:57|
|A4||–Royal Vomit||Sunset Nihilism||1:13|
|A5||–Royal Vomit||Royalty Ov Shit||4:48|
|B1||–Reunion Sacred Ibis||Time Out Of Joint||2:29|
|B2||–Reunion Sacred Ibis||Septic Tank||7:33|
|B3||–Reunion Sacred Ibis||Bones Grow||4:50|
Royal Vomit, Reunion Sacred Ibis - African Goods (Cass, Ltd, c30). Altered States Tapes, Moth Eat Coven.
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Redirected from Sacred ibis). The African sacred ibis (Threskiornis aethiopicus) is a species of ibis, a wading bird of the family Threskiornithidae. It is native to Africa and the Middle East.
Foraging in Mida Creek mud flats, Kenya. The African sacred ibis is one of the species to which the Agreement on the Conservation of African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbirds (AEWA) applies. Réunion ibis (T. solitarius). Black-headed ibis (T. melanocephalus). Australian white ibis (T. moluccus) and supporting page Solomons white ibis (T. moluccus pygmaeus).
The Réunion ibis or Réunion sacred ibis (Threskiornis solitarius) is an extinct species of ibis that was endemic to the volcanic island of Réunion in the Indian Ocean. The first subfossil remains were found in 1974, and the ibis was first scientifically described in 1987. Its closest relatives are the Malagasy sacred ibis, the African sacred ibis, and the straw-necked ibis.
African Sacred Ibis (Threskiornis aethiopicus) bird calls on dibird. Breeding in Africa: Africa south of the Sahara, Iraq; can be seen in 74 countries. ibis sagrat africà, Ibis sagrat, Ibis sagrat africà.