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The Cut throat finch (Amadina fasciata) is named for the bright red slash across the male bird’s neck. The plumage is pale, sandy brown with flecks of black all over. Also known as the Cut throat Weaver and the Ribbon Finch, it is found throughout much of Sub-Saharan Africa, particularly in the Sahel, eastern and southern parts of the continent. Cuckoo-like, cut-throat finches usually use other birds' nests – especially weavers'.
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