In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The inspiration for the book had come while she was sitting on a friend's balcony in Queensland, watching the endangered red-necked crake.
- Looking over the balcony at Cassowary Lodge, Atwood watched rare red-necked crakes scratching about in the bushes.
- Occasionally the spotless crake has also been seen.
- Binoculars are supplied so you can view the black teal, swans, dabchicks, ducks and even the spotless crake or elusive bittern.
- Like other crakes the corncrake was more prone than most to colliding with overhead wires.
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