Seabirds Research

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Sea birds adaptation, habitat and related animals Ben B, Gerardo, Casey

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Seabirds Research

  1. 1. Sea Birds By: Ben Bonnette, Casey Lawrence , and Gerardo Garcia.
  2. 2. A is for adaptations. One is the adoption to dive and see the fish above water.
  3. 3. B is for the bodies of seabirds. There bodies are built for flying and diving.
  4. 4. C is for communication of seabirds. The Pelicans throat comes out of its mouth when they feel good/happy.
  5. 5. D is for diving seabirds. Diving seabirds dive in order to catch there prey under the water.
  6. 6. E is for eggs of seabirds. When sea birds mate then lay eggs, in order to hatch babies.
  7. 7. F is for flying. Seabirds fly in order to see high over the water so they can see there prey under the water.
  8. 8. H is for the herring gull. Other name is Sea Gull. The most common sea birds, they inhabit Lakes, Ponds, Beaches, Oceans, Rivers, and other water spots.
  9. 9. O is for Omnivores. Seabirds eat Fish which is meat and seeds, basically anything edible on a beach that you can find they will eat it.
  10. 10. P is for Pelicans. Pelicans are known as the Louisiana’s State Bird.
  11. 11. S is for Our Animal Seabirds. Seabirds are birds that live around Seas, Rivers, Lakes, Ponds, and other water environments.

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