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Yellow-fronted Canary birds are endemic to the continent of Africa, mainly sub-Saharan Africa. They are monogamous and mate for life.

Yellow-fronted Canaries are omnivores who eat a diet of seeds, insects, leaves, petals, fruit and nectar.

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Yellow-fronted Canary birds are endemic to the continent of Africa, mainly sub-Saharan Africa. They are monogamous and mate for life.<br />
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Yellow-fronted Canaries are omnivores who eat a diet of seeds, insects, leaves, petals, fruit and nectar.