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Penguins eat a range of fish and other sea life that they catch underwater. Penguins can drink sea water. Penguins spend around half their time in water and the other half on land. The Emperor Penguin is the tallest of all penguin species, reaching as tall as 120 cm (47 in) in height. The deepest an Emperor Penguin was 1,755 feet down into the ocean!

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Birds of prey are eagles ,owls, hawks, falcons and vultures. A bird of prey is a carnivore (meat eater) that kills and eats mammals, reptiles, amphibians, insects, rodents as well as other birds. Many birds hunt, kill, and eat meat, but they may not be raptors. They have hooked beaks with sharp edges.

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Tropical birds are often brightly colored and have long bills. They're omnivores that eat seeds, nuts, fruit and insects. Some tropical birds eat small lizards and animals. Parakeets also belong to exotic and tropical birds. They live in a tropical rain forest.

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Robins eat worms .A very familiar bird over most of North America, running and hopping on lawns with upright stance, often nesting on porches and windowsills. The Robin's rich caroling is among the earliest bird songs heard at dawn in spring and summer, often beginning just before first light. In fall and winter, robins may gather by the hundreds in roaming flocks, concentrating at sources of food.

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Cardinals stay in winter.Male cardinals are brilliant red all over, with a reddish bill and black face immediately around the bill. Females are pale brown overall with warm reddish tinges in the wings, tail, and crest. They have the same black face and red or orange bill.

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Blue Jays make a large variety of calls that carry long distances. Most calls produced while the jay is perched within a tree. Usually flies across open areas silently, especially during migration. Stuffs food items in throat pouch to cache elsewhere; when eating, holds a seed or nut in feet and pecks it open.

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American Crows are common birds of fields, open woodlands, and forests. They thrive around people, and you’ll often find them in agricultural fields, lawns, parking lots, athletic fields, roadsides, towns, and city garbage dumps.

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They usually live in pairs or small flocks. White, glossy eggs are laid once a year and when they hatch, the new chicks have no down covering them. Toucans are found in South and Central America in the canopy layer of the rainforest.

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Of course, parrots can be more than one color it's actually quite rare to find a fully green parrot. With that being said, there are many different varieties of parrots which are mostly green with additional colors mixed into their plumage.

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As a breed, they are known for being smart, curious, and very loving. So loving, in fact, cockatoos are often called "love sponges"!  Cockatoos includes 21 parrot species.Cockatoos are sociable, chatty birds and yours will love having regular chats with you. ... If your cockatoo makes a distinct hissing sound, it's a sign of fear

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Turkeys are so heavy they can't fly long. A male Turkey is called a tom. A female Turkey is called jennies. The red thing on a Turkey beneath their beak is called a wattle .

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This bird of prey sleeps at day and hunts at night. Barn owls got their name because they are often at barns. They have a heart shaped face to help then hear.

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