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Free-Range Geese, Oxfordshire, UK : Stock Photo
OXFORDSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM - OCTOBER 09: Geese farm, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom. Free-range birds may be at risk if Avian Flu (Bird Flu Virus) spreads.

Free-Range Geese, Oxfordshire, UK

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Tim Graham
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OXFORDSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM - OCTOBER 09: Geese farm, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom. Free-range birds may be at risk if Avian Flu (Bird Flu Virus) spreads.
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