Feet in birds - in the Semipalmated Plover Totipalmate or...

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Feet in birds: Raptorial : the toes are deeply cleft, with large, strong, sharply curved nails (talons), as in hawks & owls Semipalmate , or half-webbed: the anterior toes are joined part way by small webbing, as
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Unformatted text preview: in the Semipalmated Plover Totipalmate , or fully webbed: all four toes are united by ample webs, as in a cormorant. Palmate , or webbed: the front toes are united as in ducks and gulls....
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