What bird has the largest feathers?

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    The longest feathers in the world belong to an ornamental chicken bread in Japan in 1972, this specimen had tail feathers 10.59m or 34.75ft long.
    The longest feathers of a wild bird belong to the Crested Argus Pheasant Rheinhartia ocellata which commonly reach lengths of 173cm or 5.7ft

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    The longest feathers in the world belong to a specimen that had tail feathers 10.59m or 34.75ft long. The bird was an ornamental chicken bread, found in Japan in 1972.

    In the wild, the longest feathers belong to the Crested Argus Pheasant Rheinhartia ocellata at 173cm or 5.7ft

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