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Takahe

Definition of the noun takahe

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noun - plural: takahes

  1. flightless New Zealand birds similar to gallinules
    • lexical domain: Animals - nouns denoting animals
    • scientific name: Notornis mantelli
    • synonym of takahe: notornis
    • more generic word: rail = any of numerous widely distributed small wading birds of the family Rallidae having short wings and very long toes for running on soft mud
    • member of: genus Notornis = a genus of Rallidae

Alternative definition of the noun takahe

noun

  1. A species of large flightless bird in the Rallidae family, endemic to New Zealand; Porphyrio hochstetteri.

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Google previewFlightless Birds (2006)

by Clive Roots

South Island Takahe (Notornis mantelli hochstetteri) The takahe is the most impressive member of the rail family, a gallinule that lost its ability to fly long ago and grew very large, due to its formerly secure habitat and the lack of predation and ;...

Google previewIncredible Birds (2004)

by John Townsend

Takahe The takahe is a rare ground bird that lives in New Zealand. It was thought to be extinct until some were found in 1948. Takahes, which sort of look like parrots, can only flap and flutter. This meant they could not escape from dogs and  ...

Google previewUniquely Idaho (2003)

by Mary Boone

Takahe The takahe is a rare ground bird that lives in New Zealand. It was thought to be extinct until some were found in 1948. Takahes, which sort of look like parrots, can only flap and flutter. This meant they could not escape from dogs and  ...

Google previewListverse. Com's Ultimate Book of Bizarre Lists (2010)

Fascinating Facts and Shocking Trivia on Movies, Music, Crime, Celebrities, History, and More by Jamie Frater

The Takahe is a flightless bird native to the South Island of New Zealand. It was thought to be extinct after the last four specimens were taken in 1898. After an extensive search for the bird, it was rediscovered near Lake Te Anau in 1948.

Google previewAdvances in Intelligent Web Mastering (2007)

Proceedings of the 5th Atlantic Web Intelligence Conference – WIC’2007, Fontainebleau, France, June 25 – 27, 2007 by Katarzyna M. Wegrzyn-Wolska, Piotr S. Szczepaniak

Takahe is a divisive clustering algorithm, which creates a tree structure top down visualized in a dendrogram. A dendrogram is a tree diagram to visualize the arrangement of the clusters produced by a cluster algorithm. Every vertex of the ...

Google previewNew Zealand in Pictures (2005)

by Francesca DiPiazza

The takahe is a large bird with blue and green feathers, a red bill, and red legs. Thirteen kinds of penguins live in coastal waters, including the little blue penguin, the smallest species of penguin. Many species of birds that fly died out after ...

Google previewInternational Wildlife Encyclopedia: Sweetfish - tree snake (2002)

The takahe is the largest living rail. Once widespread on New Zealand's North and South Islands, today it is limited to mountains on South Island and four island sanctuaries. TAKAHE The takahe feeds on snow-grass, using its strong pink.

Google previewFirst Animal Encyclopedia (2004)

by DK Publishing

E Takahe: these birds are E < > almost extinct. There are only 40 pairs left. no need to fly. Rapid runners Ostriches are the fastest bird runners in the world. In fact, they are faster than racehorses—they can reach speeds of 45 mph (75 km/h) .

Google previewEncyclopedia of Earthquakes and Volcanoes (2009)

by Alexander E. Gates, David Ritchie

Other sites of volcanic activity on or near Antarctica include Deception Island, Hampton/Whitney, Takahe, Thule Island, and Waesche. Antioch earthquake, Syria On the evening of May 29, a.d. 526, one of the world's great natural disasters ...

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Small photo of NEW ZEALAND - CIRCA 1956: stamp printed by New Zealand, shows Notornis (Takahe), circa 1956Small photo of Rare endangered endemic New Zealand flightless bird Takahe, Porphyrio hochstetteri, adult birdSmall photo of Takahe, endangered native bird of New Zealand, in a sanctuary.Small photo of Takahe a once believed to be extinct flightless bird native to only new zealandSmall photo of Takahe, (porphyrio hochstetteri) a rare native bird of New Zealand once thought to be extinct, scratching around for foodSmall photo of Walking takahe, a native bird of New Zealand, in movement.Small photo of Takahe, (porphyrio hochstetteri) a rare native bird of New Zealand once thought to be extinct, scratching around for food More...

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Scrabble value of T1A1K5A1H4E1

The value of this 6-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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