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American Nightjars can go into a rare hibernation-like state. Michael Palin explains: http://t.co/FXatdUA9D4 #R4tweet
Kea are the world’s only Alpine parrot. Narrated by Michael Palin: http://t.co/zY4bKm1TVw #R4tweet http://t.co/zkm5aJE155
Black-Nest Swiftlets navigate through the darkness by echo. http://t.co/j19bRPb6yU #R4tweet http://t.co/jAHMJ74CLr
Oilbirds are the world’s only nocturnal flying fruit-eating bird: http://t.co/sNfCgjnEqV #R4tweet http://t.co/RqjNWXY4uZ
The sweetest #tweet of the day, via @jofosteruk Full knitted schedule > http://t.co/YhAI2hfpWU #R4tweet #knitR4 http://t.co/7klXn1EwE4
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