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Cape White-Eye (Zosterops virens), Betty's Bay, South Africa
Near-endemic to South Africa, occurring across much of the country, excluding the Kalahari Desert and extending into south-eastern Botswana. It is very common in a wide variety of habitats, including Karoo, fynbos, suburban gardens and parks, evergreen forest, dune scrub, Acacia veld and Eucalyptus plantations.