any of various totipalmate swimming birds of the family Anhingidae, having a very long and flexible neck.
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How to use anhinga in a sentence
A bird found in Florida, the anhinga, has in its brain a nematode whose presence in that organ is not accidental.Animal Parasites and Messmates | P. J. Van Beneden
The latter, I must confess, did not seem to us so nice as the dark-colored meat of the anhinga.Adventures of a Young Naturalist | Lucien Biart
He says he found a peculiar parasite in the brain of the anhinga.
It was an anhinga, one of the most singular specimens of web-footed birds that can be found anywhere.Adventures of a Young Naturalist | Lucien Biart
Ripley reports the occurrence of "about a dozen anhingas (presumably anhinga melanogaster)" at Babelthuap on 12 November 1946.The Avifauna of Micronesia, Volume 3 | Rollin H. Baker
British Dictionary definitions for anhinga
another name for darter (def. 1)
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