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  • noun Plural form of accipitrid.

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Examples

  • I am deliberately avoiding bringing in cuckoos and accipitrids (the latter noted by Olson as being possible allies of the turacos) in order to keep things simple-ish.

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  • I am deliberately avoiding bringing in cuckoos and accipitrids (the latter noted by Olson as being possible allies of the turacos) in order to keep things simple-ish.

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  • Larger prey simply can't be enclosed by feet, so falcons and accipitrids use different strategies when their meals get bigger.

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  • These piercing anchors give them the ability to cope with the most powerful of struggling prey, and it's no coincidence that the accipitrids include the mightiest of the raptors.

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  • Larger prey simply can't be enclosed by feet, so falcons and accipitrids use different strategies when their meals get bigger.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • These piercing anchors give them the ability to cope with the most powerful of struggling prey, and it's no coincidence that the accipitrids include the mightiest of the raptors.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • Larger prey simply can't be enclosed by feet, so falcons and accipitrids use different strategies when their meals get bigger.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • These piercing anchors give them the ability to cope with the most powerful of struggling prey, and it's no coincidence that the accipitrids include the mightiest of the raptors.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • They describe how accipitrids, which include hawks and eagles, have two giant talons on their first and second toes [as in pictures A and B].

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