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Black-naped pheasant-pigeon sighted in PNG for first time in 140 years
by Tiffanie Turnbull, BBC News, Sydney
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19 November 2022
On 19 November 2022 BBC News reported:
Some 140 years after the black-naped pheasant-pigeon was last sighted by scientists, researchers have 'rediscovered' the rare bird. After a month of searching, a team in September captured footage of the species deep in the forest of a tiny island off Papua New Guinea. ... Researchers hope the discovery will help save the species from extinction.
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