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The chestnut-bellied sandgrouse (Pterocles exustus) is named for its solid chestnut belly. It is a large, plump, and dovelike bird with a pointed tail. Though found in sparse, bushy, arid land – common in central and northern Africa, and southern Asia – it is highly reliant on water. The species has been known to travel up to 80 kilometres (50 mi) in one day in search of water.
Chestnut bellied sand grouseChestnut bellied sand grouse