The magpie-lark and the apostlebird belong to that family which is classified for its
habit of building nests of mud. The magpie-lark is approximately 10 inches in length and has
black and white plumage. The apostlebird is slightly larger then the magpie-lark and has
grey plumage. Named for its flocking habit, the apostlebird is usually seen in groups of 12.
The apostlebird is found in Australia while the magpie-lark is found in Australia and New
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