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The forest wagtail (Dendronanthus indicus), is found mainly in forested habitats which is a distinction from all other wagtails. It also has a distinctive plumage that sets it apart from other wagtails and has the habit of wagging its tail sideways unlike the usual up and down movements of the other wagtails. It will often forage in the trees and capture insects along the branches of trees. It breeds in the temperate parts of east Asia and wintering across tropical Asia from India to Indonesia.
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