[ fˈalɐɹˌə͡ʊps], [ fˈalɐɹˌəʊps], [ f_ˈa_l_ɐ_ɹ_ˌəʊ_p_s]
Related words: red-necked phalaropes, red-necked phalarope, phalaropus, American phalarope, North American phalarope, .
How to use "Phalaropes" in context?
There are a number of bird families that include both pelagic and montane species. Within this broader family, the phalaropes are a particularly diverse and interesting group.
There are more than twenty different species of phalaropes, found throughout the world's oceans. These birds are known for their curious and fearless nature, and their ability to take flight rapidly and accurately.
Most phalaropes are aquatic birds, spending their days swimming and skimming through the water's surface. They are unique among soaring birds in that they possess both webbed feet and feathers on their wings.
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