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francis the lyrebird

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on 24 May 2013

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After mating the female will build her a nest low on the ground and lay one egg, she will work alone for fifty days until the bird hatches out of its shell. Obstacle 1 Obstacle 2 Obstacle 3 Goal Start discription Interesting information: Male lyrebirds sing to attract female lyrebirds. Lyrebirds can imitate over twenty different voices all around them. They will keep on singing until they find a female. The lyrebird can be found on the ten cent coin. bibliography the wonderful lyrebird!!!!! habitat reproduction Interesting information www.wikipedia.com
Australianfauna.com
Lyrebirspress.com Lyrebirds belong to a group called pisiforms. The lyrebird is slightly brown on the upper side of its body. Male lyrebirds are slightly larger than the female. It has a long feathered brown and black tail. The lyrebird has wings to fly but mostly stays on the ground. Lyrebirds are Australian native birds, they can be found in Victoria and New South Wales rainforests. Lyrebirds eat spiders, beetles and other kind of insects.
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