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  1. 5 Amazing fact of Cockatoos
  2. 4 Amazing fact of Lovebirds parrot
  3. 6 Amazing fact of Seagulls
  4. 7 Amazing fact of Bats
  5. Eagles facts
  6. Hummingbird's facts
  7. Hummingbirds facts
  8. Eagles facts
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5 Amazing fact of Cockatoos

Posted Date :   04 July 2020 01:30:56 AM  



1) Sulphur-crested Cockatoos are found in a variety of timbered habitats and are common
around human settlements. The birds stay in the same area all year round.

2) One of Australia's most popular and iconic birds, the Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, has
been known to live up to eighty years of age in captivity.

3) The word ‘cockatoo’ has its origins in Malay and means ‘vice’ or ‘grip’ because of their
incredibly strong beak.

4) Australia’s commonest and most widespread cockatoo is the Galah.

5) Cockatoos are a family of large, long-lived and very noisy parrots with moveable crests.
Australia is home to 14 species with others also found in Papua New Guinea, Indonesia,
the Solomon Islands and the Philippines.

4 Amazing fact of Lovebirds parrot

Posted Date :   04 July 2020 01:28:17 AM  


 

1) These monogamous birds reach sexual maturity when they're about ten months
old. Mating begins with courtship behavior, and can continue throughout their roughly
15-year lifespans. Monogamy is essential to the social stability of flocks and underlies
much of their social behavior.

2) The nine species classified as lovebirds come all from the genus Agapornis. Most
lovebirds have a green body and sport different head feather coloration. Their closest
relatives are hanging parrots, found in Asia. 

3) Lovebirds are native to the forests and savannas of Sub-Saharan Africa and
Madagascar. Fossils of ancient lovebird species have been unearthed in South Africa,
dating to as far back as 1.9 million years ago.

4) Lovebirds survive on a healthy diet of seeds, berries, fruit, and occassionally insect
larva in the wild. In Africa, they're also known as crafty crop pests, as they feast on
millet and maize farms.

 


6 Amazing fact of Seagulls

Posted Date :   19 June 2020 02:12:03 AM  


 


1) Seagulls are one of the rare animals that are able to drink salt water. They have
special glands located above the eyes, which eliminate excess salt from the body

2) Seagulls have been known to drop live oyster shells on paved and hard surfaces
so that cars can drive over them and break the shell

3) The slender - billed gull main source of food is fish

4) Every mating season, The little gull normally lays 2-6 eggs.

5) The red billed gull, was discovered in 1844

6) The laughing gull scientific name is leucophaeus atricilla

7 Amazing fact of Bats

Posted Date :   29 January 2020 12:54:34 PM  




1) The leg bones are so thin that no bat can walk.

2) Bats always turn left when leaving a cave.

3) Female bats give birth while hanging upside down, catching
the baby in their wings  as it drops.

4) There are 1100 species of bats in the world 

5) Bats provide $3.7 billion worth of pest control services to American
farmers each year.

6) Studies have found that some bat species can fly close to 100 MPH.

7) Long nose bats in the southwest & mexico are the primary pollinators
of agave

Eagles facts

Posted Date :   17 December 2019 12:15:26 PM  




1) All birds find shelter during a rain but Eagle avoids rain by flying
above the couds. Problems are common, but attitude makes the difference.

2) There are in total 60 different species of eagles in the world,
most of with live in Europe, Asia and Africa with only approximately
16 species found in the America and Australia.

3) The Eagle eye is stongest in the animal kingdom, with an eyesight
estimated at 4 to 8 times stonger than that of the average human
(576 megapixels). Eagles have such good eyesight,they can see
something the size of a rabbit from more than three miles away.