web-footed


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web-footed

, web-toed
(of certain animals) having webbed feet that facilitate swimming
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Last night's supporting stars deserve a BAFTA each - from the web-footed bush dogs of South America to Arctic foxes.
These have sparked concerns among conservationists fearful that the web-footed creatures, which feed on small aquatic animals, will gobble up the native breeds.
The scientists, who described their find in the June 21 online issue of NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN, say the imprints push back evidence of web-footed birds by at least 25 million years.
And they say despite her age, there are plenty of potential web-footed suitors eager to make her acquaintance.
Animal control officers are trying to mother a goose back to good health after a motorist plucked the wandering web-footed fowl from the freeway, authorities said.
The program is guided by "Bara", a mascot based on the capybara, the largest, web-footed, furry rainforest rodent found in the Amazon Rainforest.
Authored and illustrated by Australian aboriginal artist, actor and writer Mundara Koorang, The Little Platypus And The Fire Spirit is a "Dream Time" story of the duck-billed, web-footed, paddle-tailed, fur covered platypus and how such a peculiar creature came to be of such a curiously featured shape.