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Calif. Boy Snaps Condor

Calif. Boy Snaps Condor

Five-year-old Gabriel Gottfried (pictured with laptop) has photographed a California condor that may be the first bird of its type to fly in Topanga Canyon's skies in more than a 100 years. According to wildlife experts, the last condor was probably seen in the area around 1898. Gottfried's photograph depicts the giant bird in flight as it launches itself from a pine tree across the street from his house. Read more at FOXNews.com(1).
Credit: Annie Wells/AP

1. http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,227459,00.html

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