Genetics study sheds light on Chile’s most endangered bird
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Genetics study sheds light on Chile’s most endangered bird

A member of the Furnariidae family, the small brown and beige bird possesses rusty “spine-like” tail feathers and inhabits densely vegetated areas. Scientists estimate the total population to range from 140 to 500 individuals. In 2012 the IUCN declared the Masafuera Rayadito to be a Critically Endangered species.

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