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in 32 vol. Micropaedia, A - Bayes Robert MacHenry. Steller's sea eagle
Haliaeelus Figure 23: Heads of some falconiforms. A New World vulture,
Coragyps, with a weak beak for carrion eating; an Old World vulture, Torgos, with
a stronger beak ...
Brown and D. Amadon, 1968, which is given below, was based upon that in J.L.
Peters' Check-List of Birds of the World, modified as necessary in the light of
modern knowledge. The main divergent view has been that of E. Stresemann,
It is one of the world's leading agricultural nations and is especially well-known
as the world's most prominent coffee-producer. Brazil is also important for what it
has not yet fully exploited — its vast mineral and hydroelectric potential, ...
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