5B Beaks of Birds

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5B Beaks of Birds by Mind Map: 5B Beaks of Birds

1. What kind of beak does the eagle have?It have a sharp beck

2. Sparrows have large beaks which are able to crush hard seeds—an especially useful trait in drought-prone regions. Other sparrows also have short, sharp beaks which are good for eating insects.

3. Sparrow

3.1. What kind of beak does the sparrow have?

3.2. How is the beak useful to the sparrow?

3.3. The variation in the beaks influences the finches' musical sound, which may play a role in how a female sparrow selects a mate.

3.4. Sparrows have powerful beaks to help them crush the seeds that they are eating.

4. Woodpecker

4.1. What kind of beak does the woodpecker have?they have a sharp beack

4.2. How is the beak useful to the woodpecker?it help it get food

4.3. Woodpeckers have strong bills for drilling and drumming on trees and long sticky tongues for extracting food.

4.4. Woodpeckers beaks are longer, sharper and stronger than others.

5. Pelican

5.1. What kind of beak does the pelican have?It helps it to catch fish.

5.2. What kind of beak does pelican have?

5.3. The pelican's tongue is tiny, a complex set of specialized tongue muscles control the pouch. By contracting these muscles, the pelican tightens the pouch after catching a fish, expelling water and forcing the prey down its throat.

5.4. Pelican's beak is the pouch, which is capable of holding the liquid equivalent of two flushes of a toilet

5.5. Pelicans have beaks like elastic pouches.

5.6. Pelicans use their elastic pouch beaks to scoop fishes when they congregate in the shallows.

6. Eagle

6.1. How is the beak useful to the eagle?IT can help it eat

6.2. Eagles have very large and heavy hooked beaks

6.3. Eagles strong beaks are for tearing flesh from their prey, strong muscular legs, and powerful talons.