[ mˈanɪdˌiː], [ mˈanɪdˌiː], [ m_ˈa_n_ɪ_d_ˌiː]
Related words: manidae family, manidae species, manidae facts, manidae habitat, manidae diet, manidae habitat, manidae lifespan
How to use "Manidae" in context?
Manidae is a monotypic family of passerine birds. The single genus is Manida. The Manidae live in Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia.
These birds are so tiny, you'd be forgiven for mistaking them for insects. They only weigh about 0.7 gram, but they can fly like the wind. And they have some interesting dietary habits.
Manidae is the only genus in the family, and it contains only one species, the Manida checkering-thrush. This bird is found in the Andes of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia.
This bird is a fairly small passerine.
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