[ fˈamɪli pˈaɹɪdˌiː], [ fˈamɪli pˈaɹɪdˌiː], [ f_ˈa_m_ɪ_l_i p_ˈa_ɹ_ɪ_d_ˌiː]
Related words: black-headed parakeet, white-headed parakeet, brown-headed parakeet, green-breasted parakeet, red-breasted parakeet
How to use "Family paridae" in context?
Family Paridae is a family of birds that include the nightjars and the starlings. These birds are small, mostly nocturnal, and have slender bodies and long, pointed wings. The family is distributed widely across the world, with the exception of Australia and the Solomon Islands. Nightjars are the most common members of the family, and can be found in nearly every environment except the polar regions.
The birds in the family are strong fliers, and are able to fly rapidly and effortlessly through the air. They feed mostly on insects, but also consume small rodents and other prey.
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