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Birds fly with the help of their _________.
Birds have __________ to move their wings.
The strong muscles that help the birds to move the wings are called __________.
The body of the bird is shaped like a ___________.
The bird’s body is broad in the middle and narrow at the two ends. This is called ____________.
Sharp and curved claws in flesh-eating birds are called ___________.
What helps the bird to fly easily?
The body of the bird is made of _________.
Why is the bird’s body light?
What helps the bird to change directions?
In how many ways does the bird’s wing move?
What is upstroke?
What is downstroke?
How do the birds land?
Which of the following is a flightless bird?
__________ helps the bird to fly, keep the body warm and give it shape.
How many types of feather does the bird have?
Flight feathers are ________ in size.
___________ feathers are found in the tail and wings.
_______ feathers help birds to lift themselves and provide balance for flight.
________ feathers grow close to the skin and keep the bird warm.
________ feathers are short, soft and fluffy.
A newborn bird has a lot of ________ feathers.
_________ feathers round out the streamlined body of the bird.
_______ feathers give shape to the body.
Birds do not have __________.
________ helps the bird to catch their food and eat it.
Which of the following bird has curved beak?
The birds that tear the flesh of their prey are called __________.
Which bird have chisel-shaped beak?