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Male | Teen | Under 3 minutes
Starts on page 71

EXTRACT: When the Moonbirds trying to say marry me, to the female, he follows, stays on her tail all the way home to Tassie, right across the ocean, from the top of the world to the bottom...She cuts left, he cuts left, she goes straight up, he goes straight up, she dives head first into the water, he does the same... Back here they search for a burrow to mate. I’ve watched ‘em. With their wings and beak and heads they, kind of learn each other. Learn the shape of each others bodies, the sound, call of each others song.