Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History  
Lewis and Clark as Naturalists
The long toes of the great egret are adapted to wading.  In contrast to the snowy egret's yellow feet, the great egret has black feet. - The long toes of the great egret are adapted to wading.  In contrast to the snowy egret's yellow feet, the great egret has black feet.

The long toes of the great egret are adapted to wading. In contrast to the snowy egret's yellow feet, the great egret has black feet.
(Photograph by Alyscia Cunningham, copyright Smithsonian Institution)
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