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Natural History Birds of Paradise Rollers Toucans Barbs [51 Images]

Natural History Birds of Paradise Rollers Toucans Barbs [51 Images]

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Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux de Paradis et des Rollers: Suivie de Celle des Toucans et des Barbus is a book written by Francois Levaillant, a French explorer and naturalist, and published in 1801. The book is a comprehensive study of four groups of birds - birds-of-paradise, rollers, toucans, and barbets. The birds-of-paradise are particularly notable for their spectacular and often bizarre plumage, while rollers are known for their bright colors and acrobatic flights. Toucans and barbets have distinctive beaks and are found primarily in tropical regions of the world. Levaillant spent years observing and collecting specimens of these birds, and his book remains a valuable reference for bird enthusiasts and ornithologists today. The illustrations are particularly noteworthy for their accuracy and attention to detail, making the book an important contribution to the field of ornithology.

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