And the last one became extinct in 1914.
Featuring 3D specimens, exhibits, an audio re-creation of what a flock must have sounded like and wistful accounts of the pigeon's glory days, the 100-year-anniversary exhibition gives a glimpse of what it might have been like to see or hear the birds, which could cover 180 square miles in a single flock and take days to fly by.
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