Talk:Solitaire (bird)

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I found this in the American Heritage dictionary but am not sure how or whether it should be included.

Either of two large flightless birds (Raphus solitarius and Pezophaps solitaria) of the Mascarene Islands which together with the dodo make up the extinct family Raphidae. The solitaires were extinct by the end of the 18th century.

Hephaestos 08:09 15 Jun 2003 (UTC)

I'm sure that you're right. There should be a disamb to Dodo, and to the game Solitaire. I'll do it when I get a chance (only online while I'm drinking a coffee at the moment) jimfbleak 09:56 15 Jun 2003 (UTC)
done jimfbleak