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Bird song CD hits top 50 in Brazil

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The work of 29 years of scientific study is appealing to both scientists and bird lovers in Brazil, not to mention regular folk. The CD contains the sounds of 80 different species found in wilds of the country. Not to be mistaken for other sorts of CDs designed for relaxing listening, the CD is all science, with the species, sex, location and time of each bird call included on the tracts.

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