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Behold the beauty of the Brolga, whose name is derived from the Aboriginal language Gamilaraay. This majestic bird has been celebrated in traditional Aboriginal legends and dances, inspiring graceful movements to mimic its own. With a height of one metre and a wingspan of up to 2.4 metres, the Brolga is one of Australia's largest flying birds, truly a sight to behold.
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Behold the beauty of the Brolga, whose name is derived from the Aboriginal language Gamilaraay. This majestic bird has been celebrated in traditional Aboriginal legends and dances, inspiring graceful movements to mimic its own. With a height of one metre and a wingspan of up to 2.4 metres, the Brolga is one of Australia's largest flying birds, truly a sight to behold.