Exposé "Le Dodo" - Radio Moris Sega Music Mauritius Ile Maurice

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Vieux 12/04/2005, 10h40
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Exposé "Le Dodo"

Bonjour,
Je suis en préparation d' exposé sur le Dodo, dans le cadre de mes cours.
Je vous serais très reconnaissante si vous pouviez me donner vos idées sur les quatre questions qui suivent:

- Est-ce que la disparition du Dodo a un lien avec le symbole qu'il représente pour l'île?

- Si l'oiseau n'avait pas disparu, serait-il devenu un symbole?

- L'oiseau est-il un mythe ouune réalité? (cette question par rapport à mes informations trouvées sur divrs sites concerant les diverses "fîgures"de la'oiseau, son allure physique, son profil, le goût de sa chair; car j'y trouvé deux choses incohérantes... Une fois on dit que sa chair est bonne et ailleurs que sa chair est sans goût... Qu'est-ce qui est vrai?)


Je vous remercie de tout coeur pour vos réponses!!!
(je fais ma présentation jeudi)
Grand merci d'avacne pour le temps que vous m'aurez consacré!
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Vieux 12/04/2005, 11h20
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Hi l'amour_moris.

Here are some information about our extinct bird DODO.
The dodo bird, historically, has been viewed as a rather plump bird, weighing approximately 20-23 kilograms. Grey in colour, the dodo is quite distinct from the solitaire (a relative of the dodo which lived on the island of Reunion.) The dodo had a large, hooked beak, and a plume of white feathers adorned the rear of the dodo. What distinguishes the dodo from many other birds is not just its size, but that it was flightless. Despite its large build, the dodo had small, weak wings which could not lift it into the air. Thus it was easy prey to the Portuguese invaders who would club the bird to death as it approached them seeking friendship.

Few bones or relics remain of the dodo today. Without complete skeletons, it is impossible to estimate the true size of the dodo bird. While modern estimates range from around twenty to twenty-three kilograms, initial portraits of the bird show a much slimmer creature. Work has been done by museum curator Andrew Kitchener, which suggest that the dodo could have been as light as between thirteen and seventeen kilograms. By analysing dodo bones, he has come up with a prediction that shows the dodo wasn't a fat plump bird at all. Our opinions had been based around European portraits of the bird. These may have been a romanticized version of the truth, or those dodo removed from their natural environment may have been fattened up.

The nests of the dodo bird were, by necessity, built on the ground as the bird was flightless. The dodo's young were afforded little protection on the ground against introduced predators, such as the feral dogs and wild pigs left behind by sailors. Dodo eggs were trampled and eaten by such creatures, and the ability to repopulate the species after hunting of the bird was seriously affected. While the dodo had existed for centuries or more in the natural Mauritian environment, the impact of mankind through hunting and the introduction of new predators placed too great a strain upon the dodo. Soon it was lost to the world. Thanks.L.N.
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Vieux 12/04/2005, 12h05
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Le DODO


peut rien dire au gout!!!!
..mais dodo est l'ile Maurice..
mais bien sure a la carte mondial..
cetainement meme a vie il serait un symbole...

There once was an island in the middle of the
Indian Ocean. It was a peaceful island, filled with
unusual creatures. One of the most interesting of these
animals was a large, gentle species of bird.
These birds had lived on the island for so long that
they had forgotten how to fly. Why should they?
Everything they needed was right there on the island.
One day, a ship arrived full of strange and rowdy creatures.
The gentle birds were curious, having never seen such
a happening on their island before, and so
they went out to investigate.
One by one they went to see the visitors and,
one by one, they were struck down.
Some were taken for food. Some were taken for sport.
Some were destroyed out of boredom.
The reasons never really mattered; soon all of the big,
gentle birds were gone, never to return.
The visitors, deprived of their sport, moved on
searching for another island,
destined to repeat themselves again.
The island was the island of Mauritius. The birds were the dodos.
The visitors were the Dutch sailors who settled the island.
The time period was less than one hundred years from
discovery to extinction. We owe it to the dodos to make sure
we never make the same mistake again.

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Merci pour vos réponses. C'est gentil d'avaoir bien voulu répondre!
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