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Why Did The Passenger Pigeon Go Extinct? The Answer Might Lie In Their Toes
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Martha (right), the last known passenger pigeon, died in 1914. Her preserved body is now on display at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption. toggle caption. Susan Walsh/AP. Martha (right) …
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Why Did The Passenger Pigeon Go Extinct? The Answer Might Lie In Their Toes
NPR
Martha (right), the last known passenger pigeon, died in 1914. Her preserved body is now on display at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption. toggle caption. Susan Walsh/AP. Martha (right) ...
Billions or bust: New genetic clues to the extinction of the passenger pigeonWashington Post
A Population of Billions May Have Contributed to This Bird's ExtinctionNew York Times
Four billion passenger pigeons vanished. Their large population may have been what did them inScience Magazine
Phys.Org
all 8 news articles »

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