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The Tanrilla is an species of small bird with long legs that lives near the river banks of the amazonian jungle.

While it’s still its feathers are of an unattractive dark color but when it spreads its wings you can see a beautiful combination of gray, white and black colors.

According to popular beliefs its leg bone is used for love charms, saying that if you look at your loved one through it, they will fall in love with you.

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