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Beauty In The Right Eye Of The Beholder

By Gerard @presurfer
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It's said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but that's only half-true for the Gouldian finch. The Gouldian finch, found in northern Australia, looks like a bird painted by Gauguin.
Jennifer Templeton from Knox College, Illinois has found that these beautiful birds only display their famous fussiness over mates if they're looking with their right eye.

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