What Is a Talon?


Talons are the sharp and strong claws of a bird of prey which they use to grab their prey. Birds with talons include the falcon, hawk, eagle, buzzard and the owl. This adaptation enables them to kill their prey easily.
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a claw, especially of a bird of prey.
the shoulder on the bolt of a lock against which the key presses in sliding the bolt.
Cards. the cards left over after the deal; stock.
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