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Ken Dial, professor of vertebrate morphology, holds an adult chukar partridge.

Ken Dial with an adult chukar partridge

Ken Dial, who is a professor of vertebrate morphology and a licensed commercial pilot, holds an adult chukar partridge in his flight lab at the University of Montana.

Credit: K.P. Dial, University of Montana

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