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Asian paradise flycatchers inhabit the thick forests and well-wooded habitats from Turkestan to Manchuria, all over India and Sri Lanka, and all the way to the Malay Archipelago on the islands of Sumba and Alor.

Rahul Jauhari

Asian paradise flycatchers inhabit the thick forests and well-wooded habitats from Turkestan to Manchuria, all over India and Sri Lanka, and all the way to the Malay Archipelago on the islands of Sumba and Alor.