What is another word for Fulica Atra?

2 synonyms found


[ fjˈʊlɪkəɹ ˈatɹə], [ fjˈʊlɪkəɹ ˈatɹə], [ f_j_ˈʊ_l_ɪ_k_ə_ɹ ˈa_t_ɹ_ə]

Fulica atra is the scientific name for the common coot, a bird that's found throughout the world. It is known by many different names depending on the language or region. In German, for instance, it's called the "Blesshuhn," while in French it's known as the "Foulque macroule." Other common synonyms for Fulica atra include the Eurasian coot, the black coot, and the mud hen. Coots are known for their distinct appearance, with black feathers, a white beak, and red eyes. They can often be seen swimming in lakes and ponds, using their lobed toes to paddle through the water.

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How to use "Fulica atra" in context?

The Fulica Atra is a small bird found in Europe and Asia. The fulica atra is a dunnock-sized bird that typically has a rich, dark brown plumage. Adults have a long and a thin bill. The fulica atra is a bird of open country, woodland, or scrub.

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