[ ɹˈabɪts fˈʊt], [ ɹˈabɪts fˈʊt], [ ɹ_ˈa_b_ɪ_t_s f_ˈʊ_t]
How to use "Rabbits foot" in context?
The rabbit foot is a type of talon that is common in the family Struthionidae, the owl family. These talons are used to scratch the surface of trees or other perching surfaces to obtain food.
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