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Synonyms for snakebird

fish-eating bird of warm inland waters having a long flexible neck and slender sharp-pointed bill

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The aim is to guide the sluggish snakebird around the level to eat the fruits scattered around it and finally head to a fantastical, rainbow-coloured portal.
There is also a gridview which will help you figure out exactly what alignment the snakebird is going to be in after each move.
Even in January, with the mist rising from the water, visitors can see alligators, turtles, limpkins, several kinds of herons and egrets, a variety of ducks and other waterfowl, ospreys, and anhingas, sometimes called snakebirds or water turkeys.
When it swims under water, only its long neck is visible above the surface, earning the anhinga the name "snakebird."
Chugging slowly past villages in what they call The Venice of the East, watching people toiling in the fields with parakeets, kingfishers, snakebirds and the occasional kite swooping overhead is a truly amazing experience.