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Deutsch: Männlicher und weiblicher Fasan
English: Male and female pheasant - From en: - Arguably a self-made photo
Latina: Phasianus mas feminaque.
Nederlands: Fazanthaan en hen
Date May 2004
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Author ChrisO


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