New bird species discovered in Cambodia

A new species of bird has been discovered in Phnom Penh, the a capital city of Cambodia.

The Cambodian tailorbird has a distinct plumage and a loud call.

The wren-sized gray bird with a rufous cap and black throat lives in dense, humid lowland scrub in Phnom Penh and other sites in the floodplain.

It is one of only two bird species found solely in Cambodia.

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