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Subject: ODD SPOT
From: "Tim Dolby" <>
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 16:26:12 +1100
Here's one for the behavioral/interpretive scientists - from The Age, 28th 11 
2000. (It reminds me of 'Bluey' the dog that made it way home to Victoria from 
the Northern Territory.)


+-------------------------- ODD SPOT ---------------------------+
A pigeon that got lost on the way home arrived seven years after being 
released. British fancier Jim Smith, 58, lost all hope of ever seeing Bluey 
again when he failed to complete a race from Nottingham in 1993. Bluey has been 
retired from racing.

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