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Flying With Bar Headed Geese
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Flying With Bar Headed Geese
BBC's Steve Leonard flies with a captive raised flock of bar headed geese. This is the only known bird species to fly over Mount Everest on its yearly migration.


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Posted by Kazchen on September 7, 2011
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