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Victor the eagle's bird's eye view of the Alps raises climate change awareness

Reuters India Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
Victor, a nine-year old white-tailed eagle, set off this week on a mission to raise awareness of climate change in the Alps, which have already been hard hit by the rise in global temperatures.
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