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Bird facts for kids

by Mrs Moop

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Bird facts. Facts about birds
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The chicken is the closest living relative to the Tyrannosaurus Rex. Many birds kept as pets, including doves, parakeets, and lovebirds, enjoy living in pairs for companionship. The smallest bird egg belongs to the hummingbird and is the size of a pea.
There are 10,000 species of bird. There are around 10,000 different species of bird. ...
All birds lay eggs. ...
Birds migrate to other countries. ...
All birds have feathers! ...
Birds don't have teeth. ...
Birds are great communicators. ...
A group of birds is called a flock. ...
Some birds can mimic humans!
One of the most interesting facts about birds is that they have hollow bones, which is why it's easy for them to fly. Scientists believe that birds are descendants of theropod dinosaurs and have been around for millions of years. A group of birds is called a flock. Some birds, like parrots, can mimic what people say.
One of the most interesting facts about birds is that they have hollow bones, which is why it's easy for them to fly. Scientists believe that birds are descendants of theropod dinosaurs and have been around for millions of years. A group of birds is called a flock. Some birds, like parrots, can mimic what people say.
Birds do not have teeth, although they may have ridges on their bills that help them grip food. Birds swallow their food whole, and their gizzard (a muscular part of their stomach) grinds up the food so they can digest it.
Members of the corvid family (songbirds including ravens, crows, jays, and magpies, to name a few) are among the most intelligent birds, though common ravens may have the edge on tackling tough problems, according to McGowan.
One of the most interesting facts about birds is that they have hollow bones, which is why it's easy for them to fly. Scientists believe that birds are descendants of theropod dinosaurs and have been around for millions of years. A group of birds is called a flock. Some birds, like parrots, can mimic what people say.
One of the most interesting facts about birds is that they have hollow bones, which is why it's easy for them to fly. Scientists believe that birds are descendants of theropod dinosaurs and have been around for millions of years. A group of birds is called a flock. Some birds, like parrots, can mimic what people say.
Birds do not have teeth, although they may have ridges on their bills that help them grip food. Birds swallow their food whole, and their gizzard (a muscular part of their stomach) grinds up the food so they can digest it.
Members of the corvid family (songbirds including ravens, crows, jays, and magpies, to name a few) are among the most intelligent birds, though common ravens may have the edge on tackling tough problems, according to McGowan.

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