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Dodo

Discover interesting facts about the dodo bird, an extinct species that once inhabited the island of Mauritius. Learn about its unique characteristics and why it became extinct.
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Collectible miniature blue Dodo bird in a hat made by Marina Blakytna. Hello! For today i do not have opportunity to make toys in time. I was evacuated from Ukraine because of war. Had only my documents and some materials. First I was in France now I live and work in London UK. Will be working there. Some materials will be different because i could not buy them. Now it is impossible to make the same copy of my toys due to circumstances. Sorry for all delays and thank you for your support 🙏…

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Elisabete Pillilini
The extinct Dodo bird. Even though the rareness of the Dodo was reported already in the 17th century, its extinction was not recognised until the 19th century. This was partly because, for religious reasons, extinction was not believed possible until later proved so by Georges Cuvier, and partly because many scientists doubted that the Dodo had ever existed. Like many animals that evolved in isolation from significant predators, the Dodo was entirely fearless of humans. Rare Animals, Bird, Animals, Mammals, Pet Birds, Dodo, Flightless Bird, Extinct Animals, Birds

The extinct Dodo bird. Even though the rareness of the Dodo was reported already in the 17th century, its extinction was not recognised until the 19th century. This was partly because, for religious reasons, extinction was not believed possible until later proved so by Georges Cuvier, and partly because many scientists doubted that the Dodo had ever existed. Like many animals that evolved in isolation from significant predators, the Dodo was entirely fearless of humans.

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Annie dubourdieu