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Just for this week the Mexico site's article is being featured beginning on Tuesday. The next article which will be about "Home Deliveries and Services" will be released next Thursday, May 12th. I hope that you enjoy this week's article about these two intriguing cuckoo family members.
Two Cuckoos, Anis and Roadrunners
Where I live in the Central Highlands of Michoacan occur two fascinating yet very different members of the cuckoo family, the groove-billed ani and the lesser cuckoo. One is extremely social and highly visible while the other is primarily solitary, elusive, and if seen at all, only fleetingly.
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"Tamaka," "Palomas," "New Chalce," Ocotillo," and "Galaxy," are types of what kinds of beautiful hollow inorganic objects?
Answer from last week's question:
The stars of this week's article, groove-billed anis and lesser roadrunners are members of the cuckoo family.
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