Our feathered friends have a bird's eye view. Photo: Leigh Jensen / Daily Examiner
Our feathered friends have a bird's eye view. Photo: Leigh Jensen / Daily Examiner Leigh Jensen

NiE Our Feathered Friends

THEY can fly, walk, run, swim and are found in the air, oceans, freshwater, seashores, rainforests and deserts. This diverse group of warm-blooded vertebrates are distinct from any other group of living animals. Their unique features make them easily recognised. They are our feathered friends - the birds.

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BRAIN STRAIN

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WHAT'S NEWS

1. The Emu

2. Defence

3. Mars



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