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  • Mr. Singer's reasonings on the improbability of Tradescant's specimen of the Dodo having been a fabrication are superfluous, seeing that the head and foot of this individual are, as is well known, still in existence, and form the subjects of six plates in the _Dodo and its Kindred_.

    Notes and Queries, Number 26, April 27, 1850

  • Here the Dodo is about to take flight from his paper chrysanthemum.

    Dodo by Polyscene

  • As a Dodo is a satirical compilation of faux obituaries to make you wipe tears of laughter from your eyes as you bid farewell to all things lost.

    As a Dodo

  • The Way of the Dodo is also a LA based rock band formed by Ben Zenk, Gerry Hirschfeld, Jake Riggle, Dylan Durboraw and Jesse Bivona.

    The Way of the Dodo

  • Dodo is the name of that funny feathered fellow who used to live happily on the island of Mauritius – until extinction caught up with him.

    Dodo – Pomellato

  • Dodo is incredibly simple to use: Just upload an input picture, choose between different settings that might affect the aging process (i.e. amounts of alcohol and tobacco consumed), set a year and hit generate.

    Dodo, the web-based time machine

  • “The identity of the fellow WRHM and HN are calling the Dodo.”

    Naked Cruelty

  • The Last Dodo is a BBC Books original novel written by Jacqueline Rayner and based on the long running science fiction television series Doctor Who.

    Doctor Who: The Last Dodo

  • The Extinct Dodo is a fine page with technical and historical information about the birds and old drawings of them.

    The Extinct Dodo

  • The Way of the Dodo is a 2003 log from PBS‘ program “The Voyage of the Odyssey” written by environmental educator Sara Earhart.

    The Voyage of the Odyssey

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