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File:House sparrowIII.jpg

Male House Sparrow

Taken by
fir0002 |
Canon 20D + Canon 85mm f/1.8
Canon 85mm prime.jpg
Canon 85mm prime02.jpg

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original Image:House sparrow.jpg

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Camera location

37° 49′ 31.85″ S, 147° 37′ 58.45″ E

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