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The [[Gibberbird]] lives in this habitat.
   
 
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Gibber plains SNP

An Australian term for a type of desert covered with a broken pavement of wind-scoured stones; it almost has no soil and almost no shade, making it an extreme habitat[1].

The Gibberbird lives in this habitat.

References

  1. ^ Frances, Peter; et al. (2007). Bird: The Definitive Visual Guide. Dorling Kindersley Inc. ISBN 1564582957. 
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