Recent Examples of caracara from the Web
It’s long been suspected that caracara might have a form of chemical protection against wasps.
Taking the beet salad to the next level, this gorgeous version stars three varieties of beets alongside duck prosciutto, rhubarb, caracara oranges, pepper cress and seasonal berries.
In addition to these sphinxes of the Pacific, I was struck by a silence in which the cry of a caracara soaring in the distance was clear and piercing, and the click of a camera as disruptive to a meditative thought as a car horn.
At the 116-acre Central Florida Zoo, keepers with the exotic birds struggled to catch a stubborn caracara.
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Origin and Etymology of caracara
First Known Use: 1838See Words from the same year
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