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|Subject:||Fwd: Gang-gang eye disease?|
|From:||Megan Mears <>|
|Date:||Fri, 25 Apr 2014 10:07:10 +1000|
Yesterday I came across a one eyed male Gang-gang. It was in a group of 8 on the Hackett/Watson border. I remember someone from Hackett writing to the chatline last year about Gang-gangs in Hackett with eye disease and thought this might be one of them. Looking at the female now I am wondering if she too has an the same problem.
Sorry the photo is bad in the first place, then reducing for attachment here makes it hard to see the female. I have a couple of other pictures I can forward at higher resolution if you are interested. None are great though.
All comments appreciated,
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