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The black-headed bubbler is a species of passerine birds of the Thymeliad family, the only one of the same genus

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Blackhead bubbler

The black-headed bubbler is a species of passerine birds from the Thymeliad family, the only one of the same genus. Found in Western India and the forests of Sri Lanka. They are tiny chestnut-brown birds with a dark upper body color.

Black-headed bubblers reach a length of 13 cm, including the tail. The upper part of the tail is brown, the lower one is white. The iris of the eye is pale yellow.

The breeding season lasts from May to July. Black-headed bubblers build their nests low in the bushes. The nest is usually bamboo. There are usually two eggs in a clutch.

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