Diurnal Definition: Examples, In a Sentence…

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di·ur·nal / die.er.nal

adjective – in animals: being mostly active in the daytime; in plants and flowers: blooming in the daytime and closed at night

related forms of diurnal: diurnally (adverb)

diurnal in a sentence: Hummingbirds are diurnal because they are most active in the day

examples of diurnal in nature: bearded dragon, ostrich, emerald tree boas, chimpanzees, long-tailed pangolins

see also: nocturnal, crepuscular

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