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In the comparative-anatomy sense, it's standing on its feet, with the toe and heel touching the sand (for anyone who didn't know that).

I've seen pictures of other shorebirds in that position, but I'll take your word that it's unusual for Sanderlings, and BNA doesn't even mention it.  After some searching, I did manage to find a picture.

http://shutterstock.puzzlepix.hu/kep/1274356702

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