any of about 10 species of terrestrial birds of the genus Coua, of the cuckoo family (Cuculidae) found in Madagascar. Couas are long-tailed, weak-flying birds 45 to 60 cm (18 to 24 inches) in length, of rather soft coloration, often bluish or grayish. They eat insects and, unlike other cuckoos, some fruit
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