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East Timor

range of – often strikingly different – taxa from Indonesia, East Timor, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Fiji as subspecies of ''P. pectoralis'', in which case the combined species simply is known as the Golden Whistler (a common name sometimes also used exclusively for the Australian species). Species sometimes still treated as subspecies of ''P. pectoralis'' are: '''Oirata''' (also known as '''Maaro''') is a Papuan


Vanuatu

simply is known as the Golden Whistler (a common name sometimes also used exclusively for the Australian species). Species sometimes still treated as subspecies of ''P. pectoralis'' are: 1844 London Missionary Society sent Samoan missionaries to surrounding islands; Rotuma, Niue, Tokelau, Ellice Islands (Tuvalu), Papua (Papua (Australian territory)), Vanuatu. Over 300 served in Papua (Papua (Australian territory)) alone. '''''Fontainea


Papua New Guinea

Whistler (a common name sometimes also used exclusively for the Australian species). Species sometimes still treated as subspecies of ''P. pectoralis'' are: '''Langila''' is one of the most active volcanoes of New Britain, Papua New Guinea. It consists of four overlapping volcanic cones on the eastern flank of an older extinct volcano, Talawe. Talawe is the largest volcano in Cape Gloucester. There have been dozens of recorded eruptions since the 19th


Jamaica

and field team prior to the 2012 London Olympics. thumb The Bahama Swallow (File:Bahama Swallow.jpg) is listed as an endangered species Species of swallow and martin that are threatened with extinction


Sri Lanka

through discussion rather than war. Huge anti-war demonstrations took place in Dhaka, Bangladesh; Kathmandu, Nepal; Colombo, Sri Lanka; Kelantan; Jakarta and Java (Java (island)), Indonesia; Surabaya; and Bangkok, Thailand. Species Species of ebony include ''Diospyros ebenum'' (Ceylon ebony), native to southern India and Sri Lanka; ''Diospyros crassiflora'' (Gaboon ebony), native to western Africa; and '' Diospyros celebica


Indonesia

071366536X. Some authorities include a wide range of – often strikingly different – taxa from Indonesia, East Timor, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Fiji as subspecies of ''P. pectoralis'', in which case the combined species simply is known as the Golden Whistler (a common name sometimes also used exclusively for the Australian species). Species sometimes still treated as subspecies of ''P. pectoralis'' are: Biju


South Africa

grounds are undertaken by several species. The Tree Pipit which breeds in Europe and northern Asia, winters in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, a pattern of long-distance migration shared with other northerly species. Species may also be partly migratory, with northern populations being migratory but more temperate populations being resident (like the Meadow Pipit in Europe). The distances involved do not have to be that long; the Mountain Pipit of southern Africa breeds in the Drakensberg


India

internationally. In 1965, Shah founded the Institute for Cultural Research, a London-based educational charity devoted to the study of human behaviour and culture. A similar organisation, the Institute for the Study of Human Knowledge (ISHK), exists in the United States, under the directorship of Stanford University psychology professor Robert Ornstein, whom Shah appointed as his deputy in the U.S. Species Species of ebony include ''Diospyros ebenum'' (Ceylon ebony


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