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Old Saturday 7th October 2006, 21:09   #1
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Urban Antshrike

The Barred Antshrike (Thamnophilus doliatus) is widespread in the American tropics occupying a variety of habitats. It is also found occasionally in urban areas, even those with modest amounts of vegetation. Recently in the
Brazilian ornithology discussion group Ornitobr, Marcelo Monteiro related the case of a female Barred Antshirike that visited a DVD rental shop in the Brazilian capital city (Brasília):

http://jmarconi.multiply.com/photos/album/2

She left the shop unharmed. No information on which DVDs she picked.

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