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The term "birds of prey" is commonly accepted as referring to owls and the group of birds known as falconiformes. 3, record 1, English, - bird%20of%20prey
The birds of prey differ from the generality of birds in that the females are considerably larger than the males. 4, record 1, English, - bird%20of%20prey
Oiseau carnivore, aux doigts armés d'ongles forts et crochus. (serre) 3, record 1, French, - oiseau%20de%20proie
Les oiseaux de proie, à bec crochu, dont la pointe aiguë se recourbe en bas; ils ont les pieds courts et les doigts armés d'ongles très forts. 4, record 1, French, - oiseau%20de%20proie
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