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Oscar The Lyrebird
Transcript of Oscar The Lyrebird
The lyrebird is a native Australian bird that belongs to a group called ‘Passiform’. There are two species of lyrebird the Superb and Albert lyrebird.
Male lyrebirds have brown feathers, black pearled eyes and plumes that make it look like a peacock, while a female has black feathers.
The lyrebird lives in forests in South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales
Forest in New South Wales
Lyrebirds use their strong claws to dig in to the ground in search for food also lyrebirds can imitate nearly every sound they hear.
Lyrebirds eat small insects such as spiders, beetles and sometimes seeds. Lyrebirds also eat worms.
Lyrebirds have many predators such as foxes, dingos, owls and forest snakes.