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Bird Steals Camera, Records Journey

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December 2, 2013
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A brazen bird snatched a video camera recording crocodiles in Australia and captured footage of its 70-mile (110 km) journey across the country's remote landscape. (Dec. 2)


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Nova Scotia Birders Flock to See Unusual Bird

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How Did Flightless Birds Spread Across The World?

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Kiwi Birds Not Related To Emus After All, Study Says

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