Body black and white. Male: top of head, wings, face, underparts and tail tip black; wing-bar and rest of upperparts white. Female: like male, but duller and back mottled grey
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What habitats does Gymnorhina tibicen live in?
Most habitats except dense forests and arid deserts
What is the distribution of Gymnorhina tibicen?
Mainland Australia and Tasmania
How big does Gymnorhina tibicen grow?
Body up to 45 cm long
This does not mean that it cannot be found locally, just that I have not been able to verify records at the time this species was added to the database.
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