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ibis 2

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The Scarlet Ibis By:Katherine Rogers and Nadia Stewart The Scarlet ibis' biome is the Tropical Rain Forest. This bird usually spends most of time at wet and dry areas. It's Home Diet In the wild they usally eat crabs,small fish, frogs , worms , and other insects. Size An adult scarlet ibis can reach 22 to 30 inches long. The male scarlet ibis is larger than the female and also has a longer bill. Range The range extends from northern South America southward along the coast of Brazil. Predators This bright bird's predator include raccoons, snakes,and large cats. Also, humans hunt and kill these birds for their feathers. Adaptations External adaptations- Their long bills help them to collect prey from the muddy bottoms of shallow water.

Its long legs are useful to it for wading through water, mud and marshy swamps

Its neck is also long to allow its head to reach into water for food.

THE END!!!!!(: Mating pairs build nests in a simple style, typically "loose platforms of sticks" Mating Biome climate In an average year in a tropical rain forest, the climate is very humid because of all the rainfall, which amounts to about 250 cm per year. The rain forest has lots of rain because it is very hot and wet. This climate is found near the equator. That means that there is more direct sunlight hitting the land and sea there than anywhere else. The scarlet ibis is a strong swimmer. Its partially webbed feet help it to move through water.

The scarlet ibis usually lives in a flock of up to 30 others. However, large breeding colonies containing thousands of birds can form
Scientifc Name: Eudocimus Ruber Fun Facts about the Scarlet Ibis This animal has no competition.
Work Cited www.absoluteastronomy.com/topics/Scarlet_Ibis
www.ehow.com
www.enotes.com/scarlet-ibis/q-and-a/can-somebody-describe...
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