Bird Class: characteristics, habitat, feeding, reproduction
Birds are vertebrate animals, have a feathered body and can control their body temperature independently of the environment.
They are distributed all over the planet and so far there are 0. more known species. Most have the ability to fly, but there are those that are completely adapted to the terrestrial and aquatic environment.
The characteristics common to all birds are:
- Feather coated body
What are birds?
What are birds like?
Where do they live
How do birds move
Bird Respiratory System
Bird's circulatory system
What do they eat?
What are the main organs of the senses?
How do birds breed and develop?
General characteristics of birds
Classification and taxonomy
- Sauropsides (Sauropsida)
- Mammals (Mammalia)
Orders and families
Incubation and hatching of eggs
Evolution of Birds
Descendants of dinosaurs
Forerunner of modern birds
Development in the Cenozoic
Photosensitivity and visual acuity
- Urine derate glows in the UV strip, mouse capture griffon can evaluate a landscape from above in your mouse environment.
- For fruit, the degree of ripeness can be best assessed with the help of UV light, Some moulds have different colours in the UV band and are therefore more visible.
- There are some bird species where the sexes do not differ in visible light but in UV light. Stareou single species of breasts (blue breasts ) are an example of this.