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  • 1. By Andrea, Amanda and Claudia.By Andrea, Amanda and Claudia.
  • 2. There are about 10.000 living species. TheyThere are about 10.000 living species. Theyare the largest number of vertebrates of theare the largest number of vertebrates of theworld. They can live in the Artic and theworld. They can live in the Artic and theAntarctica. Many of the species migrate longAntarctica. Many of the species migrate longdistances.distances.
  • 3. They share some common characteristics:They share some common characteristics:- They are vertebrates. They have a very light- They are vertebrates. They have a very lightweigh but strong skeleton.weigh but strong skeleton.-They have two legs and can stand, walk and run.-They have two legs and can stand, walk and run.-They are `` warm-blooded ´´ animals.-They are `` warm-blooded ´´ animals.- They have a beak with no teeth.- They have a beak with no teeth.- They have got wings covered with feathers.- They have got wings covered with feathers.
  • 4. The woodpecker, piculets, wrynecks, andsapsukers are a family, the Picipae family.There are about 200 species.
  • 5. Parrots also know as psittacines arebirds. There are around 372 species.
  • 6. The tropical flamingo is a type of wading bird.
  • 7. The swallows and martins are a groupof passerine birds in the family Hirundinidae whichare characterized by their adaptation to aerialfeeding. Swallow is used colloquially in Europe as asynonym for the Barn Swallow.
  • 8. -They hunt mice rabbits, prairie dogs, etc…- They live in caves.
  • 9. -They hunt mice rabbits, prairie dogs, etc…- They live in caves.

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