How to Pronounce coots?

Correct pronunciation for the word "coots" is [kˈuːts], [kˈuːts], [k_ˈuː_t_s].

"Coots" in context

Coots are members of the Rallidae family of birds and are easily distinguished by their semi-webbed feet and dark, scalloped plumage. They are native to North America and Eurasia, but can also be found in Africa and New Zealand. Coots are found in a variety of aquatic habitats, from shallow streams to deep lakes.

Coots are omnivorous, feeding on both plant and animal matter. During the summer months, they eat aquatic plants including, duckweed and pondweed. In the autumn, they enjoy a variety of insects such as flying ants, water insects and beetles.

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