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Bird Questions and Answers (Q&A)

J. Pollock, Science Professor
Answered: Jul 17, 2019
There are some differences between a Swan and a Goose. Although they both belong to the same family called Anatidae, but they have different subspecies. One of the significant differences between...Read More

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T. Perez
Answered: May 10, 2018
It's an individual from the ratite group, and identified with the ostrich, emu and rhea and in addition the now wiped out New Zealand moa. This bird, regardless of whether it isn't all the time...Read More

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I.Rubiny
Answered: Sep 12, 2017
Thousands of species of birds live all over the world all varying in size, color and markings, some flightless while other have the ability of flight. The smallest bird on record is the bee...Read More

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F.Isabellai
Answered: Sep 20, 2017
A male turkey is typically called a tom, or a gobbler. The female turkey, when an adult, is called a hen. The baby turkeys are called a poult, or a chick, regardless of the gender. The young...Read More

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L. Sevigny, Doctor
Answered: Aug 10, 2018
Birds and insects differ because they have different bodies. A bird is considered to be vertebrae. The wings of the bird are made out of feathers, and it flies like an airplane. Insect wings are...Read More

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Sophia Lee Ryan
Answered: Oct 23, 2017
If the peacock has been domesticated, it will usually be alright with whatever commercial feed you give it if it fulfills what they need in a dietary manner of speaking. Free-ranging peacocks or...Read More

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I.Rubiny
Answered: Sep 12, 2017
Thousands of species of birds live all over the world all varying in size, color and markings. The smallest bird on record is the bee hummingbird measuring at a very small 2 inches and ranging...Read More

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I.Rubiny
Answered: Sep 12, 2017
The large crane is a wading bird with a long neck and long legs. There are fifteen different species of cranes that live all over the world except on Antarctica and South America. Cranes easily...Read More

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L. Liliass
Answered: Sep 19, 2017
The gray partridge lays the largest clutch of eggs among all these. The grey partridge also known as the English partridge, Hungarian partridge, or hun, is a gamebird in the pheasant family...Read More

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L. Liliass
Answered: Sep 19, 2017
Rhea is a bird that is also known as the South American ostrich. The rheas are large ratites (flightless birds without a keel on their sternum bone) in the order Rheiformes, native to South...Read More

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L. Liliass
Answered: Sep 19, 2017
A baby partridge is called a cheeper. Partridges are medium-sized non-migratory gamebirds, with a wide native distribution throughout the Old World, including Europe, Asia, and parts of Africa....Read More

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J. Harty, Writer
Answered: Aug 28, 2019
In English language, it is very easy to see words that have different spelling, meaning but the same sound. At times, you will see words that naturally shouldn't have the same sound but when you...Read More

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Cambron bill
Answered: Jan 24, 2021
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L. Liliass
Answered: Sep 19, 2017
Young swans are called cygnets. Swans usually mate for life, though "divorce" does sometimes occur, particularly following nesting failure, and if a mate dies, the remaining swan will take up...Read More

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S. Sergius
Answered: Jan 08, 2020
No, they are not endangered. We can only be thinking in this direction if there are signs of them going into extinction. Ostriches are native to Africa, and they are widely existing in most parts...Read More

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