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For a long time, people have wanted to copy birds and soar in the air. You can’t blame them for trying!
Today’s advanced airplanes are pretty primitive compared to the elegance of birds in flight.
Birds are designed to move in different ways.
You think your home gets loud? You haven’t heard anything until you’ve hung out with social weaver birds.
Not all birds are designed to fly gracefully across the open sky.
No matter how many hours you stare up at the clouds, you’ll never see a formation of penguins flying overhead. They use their wings for another purpose.
You might think an ostrich is a poor excuse for a bird since it can’t fly.
Thirty-three species constitute the toucan family, with the toco toucan possessing the largest bill.
The ostrich is the largest living bird in the world.
One of the most easily recognized birds in Australia is the kookaburra.
Hummingbirds seem to have been designed specifically to defy evolution.
Did you know that hummingbirds do not survive solely on a diet of nectar?