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'Extinct' Burma bird rediscovered after 73 years
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9 March 2015
On 9 March 2015 The Telegraph reported:
A bird that was long thought to have gone extinct has been rediscovered in Myanmar after a team of scientists used a recording of its distinctive call to track it down. The Jerdon's Babbler (chrysomma altirostre altirostre) -- a small brown bird similar in size to a house sparrow -- was last spotted in Myanmar in 1941 and was thought to have died out altogether.
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