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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfinchfinch /fɪntʃ/ noun [countable]  finch.jpg HBAa small bird with a short beak
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finchThe ash seeds will probably again attract finch flocks, but I have not seen the squirrels feeding on them.He waxed vehement about dinosaurs and extinction, about continental drift and the good old Galapagos finch.The baby robins, scrub jays, finches, sparrows and starlings opened their mouths wide in anticipation.But there are a few exceptions in the seed-eating species like finches and buntings.A purple finch sings ebulliently for hours.In fact, Darwin initially distinguished only six of Gould's eventual 13 separate forms as members of the finch family.Most of the finches die and, at once, selection sets to work.
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