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Helmeted honeyeater<br />Sarah<br /> Herring<br />
DIET<br />Helmeted honeyeaters <br />eat invertebrates,<br />Nectar, lerps honeydew<br />and eucalypt or other<br /> plant...
KIINGDOM:<br />ANIMALIA<br />SCIENTIFIC NAME:<br />LICHENOSTOMUS <br />MELANOPS CASSIDIX<br />
HABITAT<br />Helmeted honeyeaters <br />live in bush land <br />areas in central Victoria<br />
SRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS<br />The helmeted honey eater<br />Has feathers and a beak. <br />They have an internal-skeleton...
FUNCTIONAL<br />CHARACTERISTICS<br />*Helmeted honeyeaters <br />lay eggs.<br />*They fly<br />*They become independent 40...
*They are territorial and aggressive towards other birds<br />*Pairs rarely leave there territory<br />BEHAVIOURAL CHARACT...
THE END<br />
Bibliography<br />www.wikipidia.org<br />www.nrm.gov.au<br />www.enviroment.gov.au<br />www.acess.250x.com<br />www.google...
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Helmeted honey eater

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Helmeted honey eater

  1. 1. Helmeted honeyeater<br />Sarah<br /> Herring<br />
  2. 2. DIET<br />Helmeted honeyeaters <br />eat invertebrates,<br />Nectar, lerps honeydew<br />and eucalypt or other<br /> plant snap. <br />
  3. 3. KIINGDOM:<br />ANIMALIA<br />SCIENTIFIC NAME:<br />LICHENOSTOMUS <br />MELANOPS CASSIDIX<br />
  4. 4. HABITAT<br />Helmeted honeyeaters <br />live in bush land <br />areas in central Victoria<br />
  5. 5. SRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS<br />The helmeted honey eater<br />Has feathers and a beak. <br />They have an internal-skeleton.<br />They can weigh up to 32gms and get to the length of 200mm.<br />
  6. 6. FUNCTIONAL<br />CHARACTERISTICS<br />*Helmeted honeyeaters <br />lay eggs.<br />*They fly<br />*They become independent 40 days after hatching<br />*Their breeding season is from July to March<br />
  7. 7. *They are territorial and aggressive towards other birds<br />*Pairs rarely leave there territory<br />BEHAVIOURAL CHARACTERISTICS<br />
  8. 8. THE END<br />
  9. 9. Bibliography<br />www.wikipidia.org<br />www.nrm.gov.au<br />www.enviroment.gov.au<br />www.acess.250x.com<br />www.google.com.au<br />

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