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The endangered Blue-eyed Cockatoo

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Joseph Zainy

on 24 October 2012

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The Blue-eyed Cockatoo Completed by Joseph Zainy 9-09 Structural Adaptation: Avoiding Predators This type of bird predators are humans since we took their land, example like for future buildings or waste being thrown at their home even we sell them for meat or pet trade. Cacatua ophthalmica Survival key Blue eyed Cockatoo The Cockatoo often eats grain or seeds, mostly harvested from the ground they also eat larvae insects, and eats berries and nuts since it's his/her diet also prefers its food chewy, their home is usually lowland forests and hill forests. Behavior Structural The bird behavior to humans are okay, they don't squawk or attack but if grabbed by the chest or threaten it will eventually attack and it scare its prey by releasing a puff winged Behavior structural It's behavior is normal when eating or just standing around, usually fly for exercise or follows it's family group. Reproduction The female creates it's own bird like an egg like most female bird species do but nothing special but the color is fascinating from the looks. Structural Behavior The behavior is normal but does a bit of squawking when laying eggs. Behavior is similar to other type of cockatoo birds from human prey, it does love humans, it likes to be handled in most positions but not being hold on to the chest. The way that the blue eyed cockatoo attacks its prey is by biting, picking on the near part of the body, then squawking making it a terror to the prey. Behavior Structural 2 Structural Behavior 2 Survival Key When eating, it usually use their beak to peck out any food on the ground like most birds do and does peak any left over food around their beak though they do yawn but doesn't make any sound when opening the mouth. They also look at another blue eyed cockatoo bird and look for any larvae bugs hidden under the round feathers, it does shiver a bit because their cold beak, also yell and jump away form the other bird. and The genus animal of the Blue eye cockatoo is: The Cacatua (Sulphurea) Similarities between the Cockatoo and Cacatua Major Mitchell's Cockatoo (Lophochroa leadbeateri)
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