One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A small tropical African shrike (bird) with striking black-and-white plumage and chestnut flanks.Compare with boubou
- ‘There are bearded woodpeckers, yellow-breasted apalis, brubrus, and paradise flycatchers.’
- ‘The Brubru is usually solitary or in pairs; it is a restless but unobtrusive arboreal species which hunts insects in the canopy.’
- ‘Among the species to be seen on lower slopes are Goldenbreasted Bunting, Brubru Shrike, Plumcoloured Starling and Sheelly's Francolin, with raptors such as Gymnogene, Martial Eagle and Brown Snake Eagle soaring overhead.’
French: imitative of its call.
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