'Cockatoo perched in Renaissance painting forces rethink of history'

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Subject: 'Cockatoo perched in Renaissance painting forces rethink of history'
From: "David McDonald (personal)" <>
Date: Tue, 13 May 2014 18:18:15 +1000
Forgive me if this is something that everyone but me already knows about: 'Cockatoo perched in Renaissance painting forces rethink of history. Discovery of an animal more closely associated with Sydney than Venice is leading to a revision of early trading networks'
Oliver Milman, The Guardian, Wednesday 19 March 2014 13.54 AEST


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