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  • n. Plural form of finfoot.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Plural of finfoot, 1.


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  • Seriemas were without close relatives and were the most basal group within Neoaves (the neognath clade that excludes waterfowl and gamebirds), bustards [see adjacent image] were on their own and near the middle of the neoavian radiation, trumpeters, cranes and limpkins grouped with hoatzins in a clade that also included flamingos, tubenosed seabirds, divers and penguins, and rails and finfoots were members of a ‘higher landbird’ clade.

    Goodbye, my giant predatory, cursorial, flightless hoatzin

  • With the finfoots the collection of wading birds closes; but before going on his way, the visitor should glance at the paintings which are hung about the wall cases in this room or compartment.

    How to See the British Museum in Four Visits


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