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bill2 the parts of a bird's jaw that form the beak.
dolphin a mammal that lives in the water. Dolphins look like large fish but they breathe air. They have teeth and a snout that looks like a beak. Most kinds of dolphins live in the ocean. A few kinds live in large rivers in Asia and South America. Dolphins are closely related to porpoises and other toothed whales.
eagle a large bird with a strong, curved beak and very good eyesight. Eagles hunt and eat small animals and fish. They are related to hawks but are usually larger.
falcon a bird with long, powerful wings and a hooked beak. Falcons are related to hawks. They hunt other animals for food during the day.
hawk1 a bird with a short hooked beak and curved claws. Hawks catch and eat small animals.
kingfisher a bird with a large head, strong beak, and bright markings. Kingfishers often have a crest on their head. They live near water and eat fish or insects.
nuthatch a small bird with a short tail and a long, narrow beak. It climbs about on trees in search of insects, moving down the trunk head first.
owl a bird with large eyes set in front of a large head, a strong, hooked beak, and strong, sharp claws. Owls are most active at night and hunt other animals for food. There are many different kinds of owls.
peck2 to strike, or pick up quickly with the beak. [3/5 definitions]