[ djˈuːɡɒŋ], [ djˈuːɡɒŋ], [ d_j_ˈuː_ɡ_ɒ_ŋ]
Related words: manatee, marine mammal, related to, animal
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How to use "Dugong" in context?
Dugongs are the largest living cetaceans and are found in the tropical waters of Southeast Asia and the Indian Ocean. They are classified in the family Sirenia and are related to the elephant and the walrus. A dugong can weigh up to 300 pounds and can measure up to six feet long. They have long snouts and a round head. Dugongs are herbivores and feed on plants, fish and crabs. They swim by moving their arms and legs and use their tail to provide propulsion. They are social animals and live in groups of up to thirty individuals.
Homophones for Dugong:
- Des Moines, disowning, dysgenics, diakinesis, dehiscence, death camas, disco music, ducking, dhodhekanisos, dismiss, decency, descensus, digenesis, dodging, disengage, digging, diogenes, dizziness, diagnosis, dicksoniaceae, De Quincey, dogging, duskiness, dysgenic, dismaying, dowsing, degaussing, dyskinesia, dousing, deaconess, dickens, dashing, dodecanese, dishwashing, ditchmoss, Dow Jones, De Kooning, designing, dozens, docking, dissonance, diggings, diagnose, dysgenesis.
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