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Frost, P.G.H. 1973. The adaptions of birds for life in a hot and dry climate. Mitteilung Ornithologische Arbeitsgruppe SWA Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft, 9(9/10): 2-3


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The adaptions of birds for life in a hot and dry climate.

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The adaptions of birds for life in a hot and dry climate.

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