[ US /ˌkɑɹəˈkɑɹə/ ]
[ UK /kˌæɹɐkˈɑːɹɐ/ ]
  1. any of various long-legged carrion-eating hawks of South America and Central America
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How To Use caracara In A Sentence

  • Falconidae contains 11 genera and 64 species, and is divided into two subfamilies, Polyborinae (caracaras and forest-falcons) and Falconinae (true falcons and falconets).
  • He further suggested that falcons ‘probably represent a raptorial branch of this radiation’ (p. 144), a suggestion presumably based on the anatomy of caracaras. Giant hoatzins of doom
  • A strange bird of prey called the striated caracaras. Bird Sounds Recorded from Far Afield
  • Directly in front of me a caracara bird chases a screaming penguin who scurries into a little hole beneath the tussock, safe. Margie Goldsmith: Traveling to the Falkland Islands: Sub-Antarctica
  • Here you stand a good chance of spotting such rare birds as the chestnut-fronted macaw and red-throated caracara.
  • A fluent winner of a modest maiden race at Beverley last time, Caracara could hardly have scored with more authority.
  • Bird watchers will be treated to the sight of caracara hawks, Florida sandhill cranes, and numerous other species.
  • Black caracaras have a mutualistic relationship with tapirs.
  • We observed several instances of Crested and Chimango caracaras feeding on rhea eggs in deserted nests.
  • Until you spot a long-limbed, regal caracara or a cute, little falconet, you haven't met the whole Falconidae family.
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