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The white-eared honeyeater (Lichenostomus leucotis) is an Australian bird found in south-east Australia, south-west Australia and into the south-west of Queensland.
It has a noticeable white splash behind the eyes, the 'ears', on a mainly black head, throat and beak. The top of the head is a dark grey colour. The body is a green colour, shading to a softer yellow underbelly.
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