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What is a Bird?

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What is a Bird?

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All birds are warm-blooded, have wings, a beak, feathers, and a backbone. There are, however, over 9,000 species of birds in the world so all birds are not the same. What is a Bird? describes in a...
All birds are warm-blooded, have wings, a beak, feathers, and a backbone. There are, however, over 9,000 species of birds in the world so all birds are not the same. What is a Bird? describes in a...
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  • All birds are warm-blooded, have wings, a beak, feathers, and a backbone. There are, however, over 9,000 species of birds in the world so all birds are not the same. What is a Bird? describes in a clear, simple way:

  • a bird's body
  • facts about beaks, feet, and feathers
  • how birds fly and why some can't
  • where different birds live and what they eat
  • eggs and chicks
  • bird songs
Table of Contents-

  • What is a bird?
    A bird’s body
    All about beaks
    Feet facts
    Only birds have feathers
    Why do birds fly?
    The art of flying
    Birds that cannot fly
    What’s for dinner?
    Where do birds live?
    Home, sweet home!
    Bird songs?
    Eggs and chicks
    Words to know
    Index
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