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|The Distribution of the black grasswren|
Its natural habitat is Mediterranean-type shrubby vegetation.
The black grasswren is seldom seen - even when most people visit (in the cooler months), it hides in cracks and fissures in sandstone. Its eggs and nest were only discovered in 1998.
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