Flying Animals

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During a collection trip, how many flowers does this insect visit?

50-100

5-10

10-50

100-200

Bumblebees are primarily found in the Northern Hemisphere.

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What animal is pictured here?

Vulture

Eagle

Crow

Peacock

A vulture is a scavenging bird of prey.

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How far can this animal swivel its head in one direction?

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270
360
degrees
Owls hunt mostly small mammals, insects, and other birds.

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Which bird is pictured here?

Peregrine falcon

Golden eagle

Eurasian hobby

White-throated needletail

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What is the average number of flaps per second while this bird is in flight?

10
53
60
The fastest recorded number of wing flaps per second is 80.

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What kind of animal is pictured here?

Bat

Flying squirrel

Sugar glider

Lemur

Bats are the only mammals capable of sustained flying.

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In folklore, what is this animal responsible for delivering?

Babies

Letters

Food

Rain

Storks tend to use a soaring, gliding flight, which conserves energy.

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How far can the wingspan of a Great Albatross reach?

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12
50
ft
Albatrosses can go more than six years without touching land.

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What is the name of this talking bird?

Macaw

Blue jay

Galah

Finch

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Which country claims this as its national bird?

USA

Canada

France

New Zealand

The bald eagle is the national bird of the US.
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