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  • n. Plural form of dodo.


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  • The festival starts today, and the dodos were here were busy watching tons of films during two weeks.

    Dodos taking a break

  • Remember that almost all those old paintings of dodos were made after the dodos were already extinct.

    Primeval’s Dodos

  • Among the extinct animals, the dodos are the most popular, they are icons, they are symbols, they are very famous, they are almost super-stars!

    The Dodo Blog

  • Sure, there are lots more we can do to be entertaining and stay positive, but there's only so far that we "dodos" can go without leaving behind our integrity.

    Archive 2008-06-11

  • For some of us, this is akin to hunting for dodos.

    A child's innocence is precious. That's why it must be protected | Observer editorial

  • Through those years I learnt that dodos also inspired an expression for things that are going to disappear: “the way of the dodo”.

    The Way of the Dodo

  • For more images of dodos from DoDo, including some cheerful special Christmas images, click on the galleries below.

    Dodo – Pomellato

  • I send you some images of some dodos that I designed for some pins and cards.

    Dodo group by Marcello Cazzaniga

  • I saw some pictures of that wooden dodo on Flickr and I was curious to know where all those people were getting the dodos.

    Wooden Dodo

  • The thematic card is all in French, but if you already know the dodos history there are not many news on it.

    Fiche Thématique du Dodo


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