Bird feet

Bird feet
Bird feet: organs used to move and support the body.
Coot: wading bird that lives on the edge of swamps.
Mallard: duck of the America those male has a green head and neck.
Hawk: wild bird, male of the hen.
Wood pecker: climbing bird that feeds off larvae found in the bark of trees.
Grouse: bird that inhabits cold regions.
Ostrich: flightless bird that can run very quickly.
Parrot: exotic bird able to imitate human speech and other sounds.
Jacana: marsh-drivelling tropical bird.
Crow: bird that feeds off insects and small rodents.

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EN : Feet of ostrich
FR : Pieds d'autruche
ES : Pies de avestruz

          of ostrich

Its feet of ostrich are very curious, and different from those of all other birds. They are somewhat like the foot of the camel, having a soft pad or cushion underneath, and only two toes. The largest toe is about seven inches long, and has a broad claw at the end; the other is about four inches long, and has no claw. Although ostrich cannot fly, it can run faster than the swiftest horse.

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