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For the first time in decades, the elusive call of the 'bunyip bird' returns to Tasmania's Lagoon of Islands
by Sharlotte Thou

The Guardian    Translate This Article
24 April 2024

On 24 April 2024 The Guardian reported: Experts celebrate discovery of secretive and endangered Australasian bittern in recently restored wetlands. Bitterns are known for their calls, said to mimic the boom of the bunyip, a creature from Aboriginal mythology. People also liken the deep, low-pitched call to that used by deer, bittern expert Geoff Shannon says. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

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