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anisodactyl

/ (ænˌaɪsəʊˈdæktɪl, ˌænaɪ-) /
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adjective Also: anisodactylous
(of the feet of passerine birds) having the first toe directed backwards and the other three toes directed forwards
noun
a bird having this type of feet
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