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This bird hadn't been documented by scientists since 1882. Then they captured video of it in Papua New Guinea
by Zoe Sottile, CNN
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19 November 2022
On 19 November 2022 CNN reported:
A bird thought to be extinct for 140 years has been rediscovered in the forests of Papua New Guinea. The black-naped pheasant-pigeon was documented by scientists for the first and last time in 1882, according to a news release from nonprofit Re:wild, which helped fund the search effort.
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