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By David Burnie

Learn the way birds' our bodies are designed for flight, why wings are varied styles and sizes, how birds developed from their prehistoric ancestors and that are the world's greatest, smallest, slowest and quickest birds. notice how and the place birds make their nests, why eggs are varied shades, what number feathers birds have and what each is for and the way to observe birds and allure them in your backyard, and masses, even more.

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