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TERM

comb and wattles

CONTEXT & COMMENTS

Def.: Anatomical parts of roosters. The comb is the fleshy flap or crest on top of their head. The wattle is the red fleshy tissue that dangles beneath the beak.
      • Roosters bred to fight are often “dubbed” by shaving off the comb and wattles. 

SUGGESTED TRANSLATIONS

cresta y zarzo/barbas/barbillas

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Created at 2/27/2014 10:27 AM by jonathanw
Last modified at 3/25/2014 9:06 AM by jonathanw