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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Common Babbler

The Common Babbler (Turdoides caudata) is an Old World babbler. They are found in dry open scrub countries in Asia mainly in India and extending west to Iran. Several populations are recognized as subspecies and the populations to the west of the Indus river system are sometimes treated as a separate species, theAfghan Babbler (Turdoides huttoni). The species is distinctly long-tailed, slim with an overall brown or greyish colour, streaked on the upper plumage and having a distinctive whitish throat.

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