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# First discovered more than 30 yrs ago, Linas sunbird, a

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First discovered more than 30 yrs ago, Lina’s sunbird, a four-and-a-half inch animal found in the Phillipines and that resembles a hummingbird, has shimmering metallic colors on its head; a brilliant orange patch, bordered with red tufts, in the center of its breast; and a red eye.
a) found in the Phillipines and that resembles
b) fond in the Phillipines and that, resembling
c) found in the Phillipines and resembling
d) that is found in the Phillipines and it resembles
e) that is found in the Phillipines, resembling
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