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Adaptation, variations, habitat and location of parrots by VLJ

Adaptation, variations, habitat and location of parrots by VLJ



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  • BY: Paradise Of Parrots Victoria Fletcher Luis Rodriguez Jeremiah MCclinton
  • Ara Macao
    • The Ara Macao has eight distinct basic colors.
  • Beaks
    • Parrots have very pointy beaks to break and eats nuts and insects.
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  • Claws
    • Parrots must use its claws to have a better grip on its prey, similar to a humans hand.
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  • Dinner
    • Parrots main diet are worms and nuts, while lories and other species feed on nectar, and pollen.
  • Eggs
    • Parrots eggs are very much like chicken eggs.
  • Feet
    • Parrots can use its long feet to bring food to its mouth.
  • Great Black Cockatoo
    • The Great Black Cockatoo is the largest parrot by height.
  • Hollow Bones
    • Parrots bones are hollow, which allows them to be lighter allowing them to fly long distances without breaking a sweat.
  • Imperial Amazon
    • The Imperial Amazon has a short but square tail.
  • Jamaica
    • Jamaica is one of the main biomes where parrots live, because of its tropical forests and hot climate.
  • Kea
    • The Kea’s scientific name is Nestor Notabilis.
  • Lories
    • Lories are parrots that has a very special tongue to easily suck out nectar and pollen.
  • Muscles
    • Parrots must have strong muscles in its legs and wind in order to fly.
  • Nest
    • Parrots nest in the canopies of trees and termite mounds.
  • Omnivores
    • All parrots are omnivorous because they eat both plants and animals.
  • Predator
    • The parrots predators are little cats
  • Red-Capped-Parrot
    • The Red-Capped-Parrot uses its beak to scrape seeds out of their pads.
  • Species
    • There are over 300 species in the world.
  • Travel
    • Parrots travel by flying or running to their destination.
  • Weather
    • Parrots live in different areas because of the weather.