Scansorial



adjective, Zoology.
1.
capable of or adapted for climbing, as the feet of certain birds, lizards, etc.
2.
habitually climbing, as a woodpecker.
adjective
1.
(zoology) specialized for, characterized by, or relating to climbing: a scansorial bird

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    adjective, scanter, scantest. 1. barely sufficient in amount or quantity; not abundant; almost inadequate: to do scant justice. 2. limited; meager; not large: a scant amount. 3. barely amounting to as much as indicated: a scant two hours; a scant cupful. 4. having an inadequate or limited supply (usually followed by of): scant of breath. […]

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