Aggressive behaviour displayed towards the Javan Hawk-eagle

  • Vincent Nijman
  • Resit Sozer
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Nijman, V., & Sozer, R. (1). Aggressive behaviour displayed towards the Javan Hawk-eagle. KUKILA, 7(2), 152-154. Retrieved from
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