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|Bananal antbird, male, at Canguçu Ecological Reserve, Pium, Tocantins state, Brazil|
Its natural habitat is the igapó flooded forest, where it hunts for insects and invertebrates in the understory. It is most abundant in the Cantão wetlands, which form the largest flooded forest of the southeastern Amazon.
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