anting /ˈantɪŋ/

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noun [ mass noun]

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[Ornithology] behaviour seen in some birds, in which the bird either picks up ants and rubs them on the feathers or stands with the wings spread and allows the ants to crawl over it. It is probable that the ants’ secretions help to keep the feathers in good condition.

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