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Unformatted text preview: They usually have webbed feet for swimming. Or long legs for wading. They find food both in water and on land. Some have rounded, flat beaks for eating plants and small invertebrates. 1 Some have long, sharp beaks for catching fish. Perching Birds Have special adaptations for resting on branches. If a bird falls asleep, its feet automatically closes around a branch. Birds of Prey Hunt and eat other vertebrates. They have sharp claws on their feet. They have a sharp, curved beak. They have very good vision. 2...
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- Fall '10
- Biology, Kiwi, Ostrich, 0.06 ounces, 275 pounds