What Does 14, 21, 25, 26 and 27 Have In Common?

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The New Caledonian Owlet-Nightjar, according to Wikipedia, is “highly territorial and nests in holes in trees.” One hasn’t been seen since a 1998 expedition, “Which saw a large nightjar foraging for insects at dusk in Rivière Ni Valley. That report suggests that the species still survives in small numbers, but that the total population is likely smaller than 50 and declining.”

Makes me think of something else not spotted since 1998 (if ever). And, the consistency of this rare bird is also extremely remarkable. Take a look: 

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