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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dodo

The dodo (Raphus cucullatus) is an extinct flightless bird that was endemic to the island of Mauritius, east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean. The dodo's closest genetic relative was the also-extinct Rodrigues solitaire , the two forming the subfamily Raphinae of the family of pigeons and doves .

www.historytoday.com/archive/last-dodo

The Oxford Dodo has defined our idea of the creature. When alive, the bird was displayed in London as part of a kind of urban freak show. In death it featured in Alice in Wonderland. Charles Norton reveals what became of the last dodo.

www.forbes.com/.../09/20/what-happened-to-the-last-dodo-bird

What happened to the last Dodo bird? originally appeared on Quora: the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Stefan Pociask ...

mysteriousuniverse.org/2015/03/extinct-bird-found-alive...

The evidence that the dodo bird (Raphus Cucullatus), extinct since 1681, could be alive is not quite as solid but still interesting. A night vision video recently uploaded to the Internet shows what appears to be a live dodo walking past an iguana. The big bird certainly resembles the paintings and models we’ve seen of the dodo.

www.answers.com/Q/When_was_the_dodo_bird_last_seen_alive

The Dodo is extinct. Because it was a large flightless bird from an island where humans had not been before it possessed no fear of humans and was hunted to extinction.

www.nbcnews.com/science/science-news/when-did-dodo-go...

When did the dodo go extinct? Maybe later than we thought ... perhaps the last thing he expected to discover was a new potential extinction date for the dodo, the goofy-looking, flightless bird ...

www.thedodo.com/theres-still-time-to-save-litt-427613099.html

It may be four centuries too late to save the iconic dodo from extinction, but there's still time enough to rescue the bird's diminutive relative from sharing that same fate. Yes, little dodos are alive, but they are not well. Not much is known about little dodos aside from the fact that they're in ...

www.thoughtco.com/facts-about-the-dodo-bird-1092144

Sometime during the Pleistocene epoch, a badly lost flock of pigeons landed on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius, located about 700 miles east of Madagascar. The pigeons prospered in this new environment, evolving over hundreds of thousands of years into the flightless, 3-foot-tall (.9 m), 50-pound (23 kg) dodo bird, which was probably first glimpsed by human beings when Dutch settlers ...

www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSUrUTq5xGU

New video footage suggests that dodos might not actually be extinct!