How do birds fly? Part 2

How do birds fly? Part 2

Let's examine the anatomy of birds and their vital processes from the point of view of flying.

Biology

Author: Prazsák-Hajnal Krisztina

Reviewer: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea, Márton Gábor

Keywords

aviation, bird, birds, energy demand, energy, high-energy, beak, cloaca, feeding, respiration, life processes, removal, cardiovascular system, double respiration, circulatory system, body temperature, bird feeder, hummingbird, Red crossbill, golden eagle, goldfinch, hoopoe, common blackbird, white stork, Eurasian spoonbill, avocet, marsh harrier, predator, granivorous, omnivorous, herbivore, nectarivore, biology, animals, anatomy, zoology, nature study

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