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Group Seeks to Debunk Woodpecker Claim

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Group Seeks to Debunk Woodpecker Claim

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Group Seeks to Debunk Woodpecker Claim

Group Seeks to Debunk Woodpecker Claim

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Several scientists are expected to soon publish a paper saying they aren't convinced that researchers have rediscovered the Ivory Billed Woodpecker — last seen 60 years ago — in Arkansas. The bird's discoverers, however, are sticking by their evidence.

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