Dust-bathe



[duhst-beyth] /ˈdʌstˌbeɪð/

verb (used without object), dust-bathed, dust-bathing. Animal Behavior.
1.
(of a bird) to squat in dusty soil and fluff dust through the plumage: probably performed to combat ectoparasites.

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