[ ˈɔːdə fˈalkənˌɪfɔːmz], [ ˈɔːdə fˈalkənˌɪfɔːmz], [ ˈɔː_d_ə f_ˈa_l_k_ə_n_ˌɪ_f_ɔː_m_z]
Related words: order of birds, order of birds with claws on their toes, order of birds with crests, order of birds that can't fly, order of birds that you see at dawn
How to use "Order falconiformes" in context?
Order Falconiformes is the order of birds of prey. The common name Falcon is given to many of these birds because they have hooked beaks and strong claws. Most Falconiformes are hunters, meaning they rely on their keen eyesight and strength to capture their prey. Falcons are avid hunters of both small and large animals, with a diet that includes everything from insects to other birds.
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