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Court increases Oscar Pistorius jail term
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not so elusive now, huh, bitch
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) reduced by 73%. (I'm a bot) ***** > The night parrot was feared extinct in Australia until 2013 when one was photographed in Queensland by ecologist John Young. > In July, Mr Young and fellow ecologist Keith Bellchambers found a feather in a nest near Lake Eyre in South Australia. > The Australian Wildlife Conservancy ecologists investigated its potential presence in South Australia after spotting a "Cryptic" shape in a grainy, night-vision photo captured on a camera trap at Kalamurina Wildlife Sanctuary, near Lake Eyre. ***** [**Extended Summary**](
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Elusive parrot found in South Australia