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English: The Liver bird is the symbol of the city of Liverpool, England. The use of a bird to represent the city dates to the medieval era, but the idea that the "liver bird" is a mythical creature specific to Liverpool evolved in the 20th century. The bird is normally represented in the form of a cormorant holding a frond in its mouth.
Français : Le Liver bird est le symbole de la ville de Liverpool. Le Liver bird est un oiseau mythique, mi-cormoran et mi-aigle. On le trouve au sommet des deux tours du Royal Liver Building, sur les bords de la Mersey, sur les quais de Liverpool.
Simple English: The Liver birds are two large and famous bronze metal birds on top of a building - the Liver Building - in the city of Liverpool, England. The building has the offices of an insurance organization. The birds are symbol of the city, although no birds really look like this.
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