- n. Plural form of oxpecker.
“Le Roux says the reintroduction of oxpeckers is gaining momentum.”
“Generations of cattle owners who dipped their livestock in pesticides ended up killing not only the ticks that feast on them, but also the red-billed oxpeckers that eat the ticks.”
“The ticks carry a host of illnesses including red water disease, a common killer of cattle, but are harmless to oxpeckers.”
“Seniors at a high school in Timbavati Game reserve in northern South Africa are also helping by educating schoolmates and villages not to interfere with oxpeckers and their eggs, Le Roux said.”
“Sandile Naki, 18, roamed his village hunting oxpeckers with a slingshot when he was younger.”
“The 64-year-old told The Associated Press he remembers seeing oxpeckers as a young man, but they disappeared as he grew older.”
“We have flocks of media oxpeckers who ride the backs of pachyderms, feeding on ticks.”
“They are the oxpeckers of the digital world. krackajap”
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“They look like strange, fluffy oxpeckers on very small hornless rhinos; -) - it is my safari.”
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