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Endangered bird set for come back

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BBC Online reports that plans to restore the great bustard to the environs of Salisbury plain are progressing well. The great bustard is the world's largest flying bird. It once flourished in Wiltshire, and many other parts of the world, but now wild populations survive only in Russia and Ibera.



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