What Is a Loon?

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A loon is used to refer to a worthless lazy fellow. This could also means a group of aquatic birds found in many parts of North America and northern Eurasia. These birds are large primitive fish-eating diving bird having webbed feet placed far back; related to the grebes. It can also be taken to mean a person with confused ideas; incapable of serious thought.
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Common Loon
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Gaviiformes Family: Gaviidae Genus: Gavia Species: Gavia immer
The eerie yodel of the Common Loon is a symbol of the wild North. The territorial call of the male loon can be heard from lakes across Canada to the very northern United... More »
The loons or divers are a group of aquatic birds found in many parts of North America and northern Eurasia. The loon is the size of a large duck or small goose, which it resembles in shape when swimming.
A loon is a large fish eating, diving bird of the Northern Hemisphere having webbed feet placed far back and it is related to the grebes bird.
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In slang terms, a loon is someone who is useless or lazy. However, loons are a type of aquatic bird that can be found in North America.
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a loon is someone who is crazy. but it is not a nice word so don`t use that word.
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1. Discern the Red-Throated Loon by its triangle of chestnut-red coloring on the throat. Its rounded, slate-grey head boasts a sharply-defined eye. Fine white lines streak the neck.
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1. Put your hands out in front of you. Make sure your palms are up and facing you. 2. Cup your hands. Make sure your thumbs are pointed outward. 3. Turn your palms toward each other
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A loon is an aquatic bird of the genus Gavia and family Gaviidae. The birds are normally found in northern Eurasia and North America. The loon is the same size ...
Common loon sounds are very eerie and beautiful. Among these are the tremolo, a wavering call given when a loon is alarmed or to announce its presence at a lake. ...
The loon is not a duck. They do resemble ducks when swimming. They are the size of a large duck or a small goose. They also have the same type of webbing on their ...
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