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Some of facts about Birds, Crustaceans and creatures

August 18, 2014

Article by: Padmasri | Posted in: Manandari.com

     Now, I am introducing some of facts about birds, crustaceans and creatures. Everyone should know minimum knowledge of about the birds, crustaceans and creatures; because general knowledge is very importance in our life. I think you may ask by yourself why you need general knowledge?! right?. Let me explain in few words. Now a days are very competitive, every moment in our life very risky, and competitive. That's why we should learn every thing. If we learn then we can face every exam, interviews etc.

Woodpeckers :

This birds built their nests every year. This birds built their nests in woods which are caused by fungus. This birds makes holes in woods. This nest's entrance size is above 5.5 centimeters. Normally this birds did some meters excavations in trees. 

Treecreepers:

These birds are living in big trees. This birds built their nests in cracks of buildings. This birds built their nests in 7.5 centi meters area.

Squerrals :

Squerrals built their nests in trees, damaged woods and dry twigs.

Bats :

Bat lives in holes of trees. Bats did holes in trees.

Sea cucumber :

The sea cucumber caught the small animals with it's glue fangs on the coralstonee hillrocks. It absorbs the fat of the animal with its sausage.

Sea anamone :

The sea anamone attracts the small born with its fangs. This tenticles has poison.

Squid :

It has eight hands. It catches the animal with it's eight hands and kills with it's tenticles. It stings the animal with it's poisonous tenticles and kills.

Rays :

Rays lives on land and in the water. The rays have tenticle in their tails. It gives electric shocks to other animals with it tail. 160 types of rays are in oceans. It has poisonous tenticles. It's tail to stings to it's animals.

Back jelly :

It has lacks of the tenticles. It can kills the men in seconds.

Hammer head shark :

It's head shape is in hammer. It eats catfish and sting rays.

Hermit crab : 

Hermit crabs don't have their own shield. It lives in empty snail's shells.

NOSES OF BIRDS :

Black swimmers :

It's nose is like paddle.

Humming bird :

Humming bird nose is thinner and longer.

Woodpecker :

Woodpecker's nose is like chisen.

Eagle :

Eagle nose is very sharp.

 

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