Most birds move by flying through the air using their wings. The shape of a bird's wing is specially designed to force air to move faster over the top of the wing than the bottom. This causes pressure to build below the ... More »

Birds live by feeding off of both plants and animals from air, water or land. There are about 8,600 species of birds worldwide and approximately 100 billion birds overall. More »

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Pigeons and other birds can be deterred by using electric strips, bird netting or bird spikes installed in the area where the birds roost. Closing entryways used by the birds, installing decoys and traps may also be effe... More »

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Some real-world examples of Bernoulli's principle are the upward lift exerted upon the wings of airplanes gliders and birds, the upward pressure that enables liquids to be ejected from atomizers, the path taken by a curv... More »

Betta fish, reptiles, birds, rodents and certain breeds of cats are ideal animals for young children. Other pets, including insects, arthropods and brine shrimp are suitable given the minimal amount of care needed to sus... More »

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To create a backyard wildlife habitat, consider planting native plants that can be a source of berries, pollen, nuts, seeds and nectar for birds and small animals. Native plants are also relied upon by pollinators such a... More »

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Carnivores, omnivores and herbivores include cats and dogs, humans and birds, and deer and giraffes respectively. While herbivores eat plants, omnivores eat both plants and other animals and carnivores live almost exclus... More »

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