The death by landslide of Maggie reduced to 127 the wild population of the flightless kakapo, the heaviest of all parrots, which is now further threatened by a bad season for its favorite low-hanging fruit. | Harper's Magazine

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The death by landslide of Maggie reduced to 127 the wild population of the flightless kakapo, the heaviest of all parrots, which is now further threatened by a bad season for its favorite low-hanging fruit.

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The death by landslide of Maggie reduced to 127 the wild population of the flightless kakapo, the heaviest of all parrots, which is now further threatened by a bad season for its favorite low-hanging fruit.

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