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Are we too late to save the elusive birds of this Papua New Guinea island?

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The Blue-eyed Cockatoo depends on the large, hollow trees of untouched forest © Tobias New Britain's birds are among the least known to science. A group of researchers ventured into the island's unforgiving wilderness to find out how these species were coping with the loss of their forest. They found that some had adapted - but many more need urgent protection before it's too late.JHU9tGNfru4

 

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