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Български: Беловежд дрозд
Česky: Drozd cvrčala
Cymraeg: Coch Dan-aden
Dansk: Vindrossel
Deutsch: Rotdrossel
English: Redwing
Français : Grive mauvis
Italiano: Turdus iliacus
Lietuvių: Baltabruvis strazdas
Nederlands: Koperwiek
日本語: ワキアカツグミ
Norsk bokmål: Rødvingetrost
Suomi: Punakylkirastas
Svenska: Rödvingetrast
Date 31. Mrz. 207
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