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The zebra finch breeds after substantial rains in its native habitat, which can occur at any time of the year. Birds in captivity are ready to breed year-round. Wild birds are adaptable and varied in their nesting habits, with nests being found in cavities, scrub, low trees, bushes, on the ground, in termite hills, rabbit burrows, nests of other birds, and in the cracks, crevices, and ledges of human structures. Outside of the breeding time, brood nests are constructed for sleeping in.

. “Wiped your sweating brow with a serviette.
My friends think I’m pervy, yet
I’m not.”

The zebrafish is native to the streams of the southeastern Himalayan region, [11] and is found in parts of India , Pakistan , Bangladesh , Nepal , and Myanmar . [12] The species arose in the Ganges region in eastern India, and commonly inhabits streams, canals, ditches, ponds, and slow-moving or stagnant water bodies, including rice fields . [13] Zebrafish have been introduced to parts of the United States, presumably by deliberate release or by escape from fish farms . [12]

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