tooth–billed pigeon


Definition of tooth–billed pigeon

  1. :  a Samoan pigeon (Didunculus strigirostris) that has a bill superficially resembling that of the extinct dodo, a chiefly chestnut brown body with a greenish black head and neck, and a lower mandible with several notches near the end

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