Reflection #3

Post your favorite photo from the last 3 days so far.

What has been your favorite bird mechanic (adaptation) so far. What do you think a change in that adaptation might look like a million years from now.

My favorite bird mechanic was how some birds mimicked their eggs as other birds eggs. I think birds adaptation will be limited due to pollution, forests being destroyed, and extinction.
My favorite bird mechanic was how some birds mimicked their eggs as other birds eggs. I think birds adaptation will be limited due to pollution, forests being destroyed, and extinction.
My favorite bird mechanic was the bird’s fly. I think over time flying will become more complex.
My favorite bird mechanic was the bird’s fly. I think over time flying will become more complex.
My favorite adaption is broon parasites. I like this because I find it quite funny that some parents let others raise their young.. I also think it’s clever and witty.
My favorite adaption is broon parasites. I like this because I find it quite funny that some parents let others raise their young.. I also think it’s clever and witty.

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One of my most favorite adaptations about birds is they can fly.
One of my most favorite adaptations about birds is they can fly.
I like how the male birds of paradise have features to attract females but impair their flying. In 1 million years they may adapt to survive predators instead of attracting females.
I like how the male birds of paradise have features to attract females but impair their flying. In 1 million years they may adapt to survive predators instead of attracting females.
The elephant-bird egg and how it was just one giant egg. Nothing (it’s extinct.)
The elephant-bird egg and how it was just one giant egg.
Nothing (it’s extinct.)
My favorite bird adaptation would be the mannequin’s jumping over each other technique of mating. I think in a million years, their legs would evolve into powerful jumping machines!
My favorite bird adaptation would be the mannequin’s jumping over each other technique of mating. I think in a million years, their legs would evolve into powerful jumping machines!

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