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the red breasted bird scoring thirty four percent of the vote clipping the wings off fellow contenders the ball now and the black but he came in second and third respectively ornithologist david linda is behind the paul this boats was done because i realize he's a young kids that robin was anointed as britain's favorite but in the early sixties but never made official and elsewhere around the world to go america and it had a national but since seventeen seventy six yet britain isn't nation about emma lovers britain is wet bed watching first i'm nineteenth , twenty fifteen we have our national bird officially a photos outrageous european robin is a daytime but its appetite for insects and worms and a general ease around people makita well known ally of the british governor if you verification of people talk about their favorite but and i think the thing is we're going , andrea nda is a you know when you can hear me him government me yeah unno more than a hundred countries around the world have their own official national third some like the american bald eagle have become a symbol of the nation's political legacy campaign is hope that if the british government accepts this poll the friendly robin could soon become its smallest representative