|Subject:||Birds of Paradise|
|From:||Phil Gregory <>|
|Date:||Tue, 13 Mar 2001 12:02:40 +1000|
Here's a real obscure one I found - a Weekend Australian last year carries a throw-away line about BoP skins being found in Egyptian tombs!
Has anyone ever heard of this? It would be very good to verify such a claim and find out which species was involved, but it's probably nonsense, unless anyone knows better?
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