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Mutton Birds of Bass Strait

Australia, 1955 (MIFF 1956, Nature)

Director: R. R. Crispe, S. T. Evans

The interesting habits and life cycle of a species of mutton-bird is the main subject of the film. Conservation studies and the industry are woven into the story.

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