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guildford public

on 27 May 2013

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HOW THEY LOOK LIKE Lyrebirds look abit like peacocks because of their brown plumes.
Lyrebirds are found in rainforests in Victoria and New South Wales .The Alberts Lyrebird lives in the southern Queensland.They are also native to Australia.

THE LYRE BIRD The Lyrebird belongs to a group of birds called. A group of birds are called passiforms. The birds are very unique. They also belong to a kingdom called animalia . CLASSIFICATION WHAT THEY LOOK LIKE
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