Macaw (Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus) Brady Poetzel
<div>Reproduction: Macaws typically mate for life. They not only breed with, but also share food with their mates and enjoy mutual grooming. In breeding season, mothers incubate eggs while fathers hunt and bring food back to the nest. They're sexual because it involves to parents.</div> The Blue and Yellow Macaw (Ara ararauna), also known as Blue-and-gold Macaw, is a member of the macaw group of parrots. The Blue and Yellow Macaws breed in the swampy tropical rainforests of South America from Panama south to Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay. Although classed as ‘Least Concern’ by the IUCN, the Blue and Yellow …
<div>Organization: Parrots are multicellular. Birds are warm blooded. Feathers, nerve cells, muscle cells. Large brains.</div>
<div>Growth and development 2.6-3.7 lbs, 3.3 feet tall, can live over 50 years. They can learn how to talk and copy noises. They can learn over a thousand words. They can communicate with each other with clicks and other sounds</div> Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.
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<div>Energy: This bird is a hetertroph. Something they like eat seeds and nuts and vegetables and fruit. They often lick clay to help with eggs hatching.</div>
<div>Respond to stiumli: </div><div>=&gt; Weather – When bad weather is coming, birds are flying to a different direction locations.</div><div>=&gt; temperature – Birds are not going to stay on a place with too cold and too hot temperature.</div><div>=&gt; food availability – birds will always look for a place with abundant food. If there’s no longer food available to the place they’re in, they’re going to transfer to another place.</div>
<div>Homeostasis:</div><div>Macaws like warm temperatures. They need to drink water. They also need to lick salt. They need to live high in the trees.</div>

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