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D. M. Naim, Nor, S. A. M., and Baharuddin, M. H., Non-invasive sex identification of the white-bellied sea eagle (Haliaeetus leucogaster) through genetic analysis of feathers, vol. 10. pp. 2505-2510, 2011.
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