Dodos Didn't Die Until Later Than Thought
By Patricia Reaney
LONDON (Reuters) - Dodos, the flightless birds renowned for being dead, didn't die out completely until about 1690 -- some 30 years later than previously thought, scientists said on Wednesday.
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The last confirmed sighting of the lumbering, dim-witted bird that weighed about 51 pounds was on the ...