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A bird that became extinct more than 130,000 years ago reappears

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David Martill and his collaborative team with The Natural History Museum confirms that a bird that became extinct more than 130,000 years ago reappeared on the island of Aldabra

Period4 Sep 2020

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TitleA bird that became extinct more than 130,000 years ago reappears
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletThe Yucatan Times
Media typeWeb
CountryMexico
Date4/09/20
DescriptionA team of researchers from the University of Portsmouth and the Natural History Museum in London confirmed that a bird that became extinct more than 130,000 years ago reappeared the island of Aldabra, north of Madagascar, Africa. This could be corroborated after comparing several fossils
URLhttps://www.theyucatantimes.com/2020/09/a-bird-that-became-extinct-more-than-130000-years-ago-reappears/
PersonsDavid Martill

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