Geography

Which is the smallest bird in India?


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Fulsunghano


SOLUTION
Fulsunghano
The chirping of birds and their amazing bird songs awaken us in the morning. Unfortunately, with rapid industrial growth, bird populations in cities and even in rural areas are fast diminishing. Sustainable growth along with awareness about our bird friends can help preserve these mesmerizing creatures of the natural world for posterity. 
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