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Reason: The legs have been painted too brightly red, when they should instead have been flesh-coloured.
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Tahiti Rail Two-Thirds Natural Size—from Forster's drawing in British Museum (Gallirallus pacificus). From 'Extinct Birds' by Lionel Walter Rothschild from the year 1907.

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