ant bird

NOUN
  1. any of various dull-colored South American birds that feeding on ants some following army ant swarms
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  • The bush has abundant bird life, including the bellbird, tomtit, rifleman, wood pigeon and grey warbler.
  • The bush has abundant bird life, including the bellbird, tomtit, rifleman, wood pigeon and grey warbler.
  • For centuries, if not longer, there have been rumours and stories about a giant bird living in the remote areas of Australia.
  • For that matter, extant birds are quite different from Jurassic and Cretaceous birds.
  • Other important birds are lesser seed-finch (Oryzoborus angolensis), ruddy-breasted seedeater (Sporaphila minuta), slate-colored seedeater (Sporophila schistacea), Guianan piculet (Picumnus minutissimus), blood-coloured woodpecker (Veniliornis sanguineus), and the crimson-hooded manakin (Pipra aureola). Paramaribo swamp forests
  • There was abundant bird or, rather, ornithoid life, flocks strewn across the sky. The Earth Book of Stormgate
  • ‘I also got chased by an emu, which is like a giant bird that doesn't fly, at a wildlife park in Australia once’.
  • The area was an important resting place for many types of migrant birds.
  • THE END OF PART THREE REMEMBERING THE INCIDENT OF HIS CHILDHOOD, THE YOUNG male ramapithecine came again to the Lake of Giant Birds. The Golden Torc
  • What aspect of the ratite genome accounts for the larger size relative to volant birds?
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