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Youngsters lend tropic bird a hand

Friday 20 October 2017 | Written by Rashneel Kumar | Published in Local

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Youngsters lend tropic bird a hand
Ezekiel Tatuava-Enjoy (holding the bird) with Pae Tatuava-Taripo as Cook Islands Whale and Wildlife Centre manager/director Sheryl John looks on. 17101828

Ezekiel Tatuava-Enjoy and Pae Tatuava-Taripo made a rare friend during the school holidays in the form of a wandering red-tailed tropic bird, locally known as tavake.

Ezekiel Tatuava-Enjoy and Pae Tatuava-Taripo made a rare friend during the school holidays in the form of a wandering red-tailed tropic bird, locally known as tavake.


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