'Flu curtails Ravens' freedom

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Subject: 'Flu curtails Ravens' freedom
From: Syd Curtis <>
Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2006 08:46:23 +1000
The Courier-Mail (Brisbane's daily newspaper) Feb. 22, p. 16, notes that the
famous ravens of the Tower of London are to be kept indoors to protect them
from bird 'flu.  (Legend has it that the Tower will collapse and the kingdom
will fall if all the ravens leave.)

Syd Curtis
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