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Phalaropes are our most extraordinary shorebirds

One of their commonest modes of feeding involves spinning in one spot at about one revolution per second. The movement of the feet while spinning creates a mini-whirlpool that transports small invertebrates upward where they can be snatched by the bill.
Source: https://www.bemidjipioneer.com

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