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Friday essay: a rare bird — how Europeans got the black swan so wrong

By David Haworth, Senior Research Officer, Monash University
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Not only is the black swan important for many Aboriginal people, it was also a potent symbol within the European imagination — 1500 years before Europeans knew it existed.

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