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Dudley zoo's first Violet Turaco chick is growing quickly and is starting to show its distinctive colouration.
A recently acquired 90-d-o Livingstone's turaco had its head and viscera eaten by a young opossum that entered the cage through the slot (4x2cm) of the sliding door latch.
Today, Cooper is perhaps best known for his paintings of birds, especially those featured in books produced in collaboration with Joseph Forshaw, such as Parrots of the World, The Birds of Paradise and Bower Birds, Australian Parrots, Kingfishers and Related Birds, and Turacos.