[ stˈiːtɔːnˌɪθɪdˌiː], [ stˈiːtɔːnˌɪθɪdˌiː], [ s_t_ˈiː_t_ɔː_n_ˌɪ_θ_ɪ_d_ˌiː]
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The steatornithids (from Ancient Greek "steatornis", "eyebrow", and "oikhnos", "bird") are an extinct group of birds. The group contains six extant species, five of which are seabirds. They are characterised by very large and heavy heads and necks, and thickened legs. The group is endemic to Australia, the Andes of South America, and the Aleutian Islands. The first steatornithid fossils were found in Australia in the early 1800s.
Homophones for Steatornithidae:
- saturniidae, southern tai, strand, southernwood, stromateid, saturniid, sturnidae, stromateidae, strained, storm window, sweet wormwood, stranded.
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