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Unknown melodic jungle bird (No idea of country sry) (1 Viewer)

FlackoWeasel

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Hello! One of my buddy a long time ago wrote about the same bird in his thread, by whistling the melody.

https://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?p=3944570#post3944570

But people couldn't help him.

Now I found an audio evidence of the bird singing! Any idea who is this bird singing? I used to hear it in a show "Naked and Afraid" but now by pure accident heard it used in a cartoon called The Carthage Castaways (2008)
Les Naufragés de Carthage.

Now I was able to capture it and you can hear it here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFOdCK0Jclg

He sings the "Tii tii too too tuu tiih" part. So far I have no idea what or who is this bird.... I used to go through Costa Rica birds and other jungle ones and went through Xeno Canto site so listen call and song. It was tedious lol. But gave up after going through like 300+ birds and none sang like this. I just hope it is not a made up bird
 
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FlackoWeasel

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That is a bit closer yeah but not exactly like in the audio. But I try to look the flycatcher types now to see what singing they have.
 

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