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  • Animal Adaptation!
    • Animals adapt in many ways:
    • They live in many environments:
    • They also produce in different ways:
  • Birds in Flight! By: Dylan Williams & Tommy Eddy
  • How Birds Fly!
    • How?
    • What makes them fly?
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  • How birds fly II View slide
  • Producing young!
    • When?
    • What?
  • COOL FACTS !!!!!!!!!!
    • The smallest bird is the Bee Hummingbird at 2.24 in (5.7cm) and 0.056 oz (1.6g). (B)
    • The largest birds are: heaviest and tallest is the African Ostrich at 345 lb (156 kg) and 9 ft (2.7 m); heaviest flying bird is the Great Bustard at ~46 lb (21 kg); greatest wingspan is the Wandering Albatross at 11 ft 11 in (3.63 m). (B)
    • The bird with the longest feathers is the Onagadori, a domestic strain of Red Jungle Fowl, at 34.75 ft (10.59 m). (B)
    • The most abundant bird is thought to be the Red-billed Quelea at up to 10 billion. (B)
    • The smallest egg is that of the Vervain Hummingbird, of Hispaniola and Jamaica at 0.39 in (10 mm) and 0.0132 oz (0.375 g). (T, B)
    • The largest egg is that of the ostrich at 7 x 4.5 in (17.8 x 14 cm) (B) One ostrich egg makes the equivalent of a 16-egg omelet!
    • The fastest bird is thought to be the diving Peregrine Falcon at 175 mph or more. (T)
    • The number of bird species recorded in the continental U.S. and Canada is over 900 (906 in the ABA checklist).
    • The number of known bird species in Peru is approaching 2000.
    • James Bond: Ian Fleming named this famous character after the real-life ornithologist and author of Birds of the West Indies .
    • The longest latin name of any bird is Griseotyrannus aurantioatrocristatus , or the Crowned Slaty Flycatcher of South America.
  • Pictures!!
  • Classification!
    • Class
    • Phylum
    • Kingdom
  • Bibliography
    • Google
    • Animal planet. COM
    • Maltby hot lists