5 most significant facts

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Subject: 5 most significant facts
From: John Leonard <>
Date: Tue, 8 Mar 2005 11:07:53 +1100
Dear All

I am appearing on an episode of ABC TV's quiz 'The Einstein Factor'
which is being recorded on 24 March, and my chosen subject is
'Australian Birds'.

I don't know when the episode is being screened, but I will tell you
when I know so you can tune in.

Why I am writing is, I have to come up with 5 facts about Australian
birds to be placed on the ABC's website before the show is screened. I
can easily think of five random facts about Australian birds to put
up, but I wanted to throw it open to you all to comment on what you
think the five most significant facts about Australian birds are (ie
which stress the importance of conservation)

Eg Australia's rate of vegetation clearance is such that X% of species
will become endangered in the next Y years.

Over to you.

John L

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