Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 7, 2023

Dusky Tetraka – Bird feared extinct spotted in Madagascar

The BBC reports

Bird lovers are celebrating after a species some feared extinct was spotted alive by scientists for the first time in 24 years.

The dusky tetraka is a songbird with a distinctive yellow throat that is native to Madagascar.

Three of them have been sighted in a rainforest in the island’s north-east, but in an unexpected habitat.

Read more: Dusky tetraka: Joy as bird feared extinct spotted in Madagascar – BBC News

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