Rare enough to eat

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The Independent Online
One of the world's rarest falcons, rescued from near-extinction by a wildlife charity, ate one of the world's rarest pigeons. The Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust, founded by the zoologist and author Gerald Durrell, said the Mauritius kestrel swooped on the Mauritius pink pigeon chick on the Ile Aux Aigrettes, off the coast of Mauritius.