A string of recent sightings of one of South Americaâ€™s most unusual and secretive birds, one absent for over 40 years, is giving conservationists hope. The distinctive up-turned bill of Clytoctantes alixii earns it the nickname of “smiling bird.” Check out these photos to see why!
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