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Budgies and their adaptations!
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Class of Vertebrate
Budgies are suited as a well known part of the bird family. they are known as Budgies, Budgerigar, and Melopsittacus undulatus. luckily they have survived the last 5 million years they are birds because they lay eggs and have feathers.
Where do they come from?
Budgies are indigenous to Australia however some were taken back to England by the English eventually mating with English birds creating English breeds. Also luckily in the last 5 million years they have survived the harsh australian desert.
Physical adaptations of the Budgie
A short and powerful beak used to break seeds and fruit. Also using it colors it can imitate other more powerful birds in a tactic called mimicry or enemy confusion.
Behavioral adaptations of budgies
Some of the more noticeable adaptations of the budgie are that they are always in groups either with each other or with other birds for protection or even there owners for example I keep my budgie in the living room because he requires about 4 hours worth of socialism. however there natural enemies are eagles and hawks especially during breeding season.
The diet of a Budgie
The average diet of a budgie consists of seeds, fruits such as bananas and strawberries, and vegetables like cucumbers and pickles however this is the common house budgie AKA my budgie the wild budgie eats fruits nuts and seeds and a wide variety of vegetables.
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by: Yuel mulugheta abraha
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