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The mocking cliff chat (Thamnolaea cinnamomeiventris) is named for its tendency to perch on the edge of cliffs, escarpments, or buildings and continually lurch forward as though it is going to fall off - which it doesn't. Also known as the mocking chat or cliff chat, the male has a glossy black with a chestnut belly, vent, and rump and white shoulder patches. The female is dark grey with a chestnut lower breast, belly, and vent. The mocking cliff chat occurs mainly from Ethiopia down the eastern side of Africa.
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