What is the bird that cleans crocodile teeth?

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What is the bird that cleans crocodile teeth?

Egyptian plover

Q. Which of these is most likely the result of weasels and foxes depending on the same food source?

Which of these is most likely the result of weasels and foxes depending on the same food source? The populations will compete with each other.

Q. What is a major scientific concern over nuclear energy?

Nuclear power plants have certain advantages: No fossil fuels are burned, and there are no combustion products, such as carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, and so on, to pollute the environment. But two major problems are associated with nuclear power plants: accidents (safety) and the disposal of nuclear waste.

Q. Why do hurricanes rarely form at higher latitudes water?

Observations show that no hurricanes form within 5 degrees latitude of the equator. People argue that the Coriolis force is too weak there to get air to rotate around a low pressure rather than flow from high to low pressure, which it does initially. If you can’t get the air to rotate you can’t get a storm.

Q. Do birds clean crocodiles?

She gets into the crocodile’s mouth and picks out the tiny bits of food stuck in his teeth. What does she do with them? This cleans the crocodile’s teeth and keeps his mouth fresh and free from infections. So, the Plover bird gets her food and the crocodile gets his mouth cleaned.

Q. How does a bird benefit from a tree?

Birds depend on trees for various reasons—they provide areas for shelter, mating, and feeding; their branches and limbs are used for forming nests; they offer food in the form of seeds, nectar, berries, and buds; and their crevices are used by birds to hide and store food.

Q. Which trees are best for birds?

Deciduous trees

  • Mulberries (Morus species)
  • Serviceberries (Amelanchier species)
  • Flowering dogwood (Cornus florida)
  • Crabapples (Malus species)
  • White oak (Quercus alba)
  • Eastern red cedar (Juniperus virginiana)
  • Spruces (Picea species)
  • Wild grape (Vitis species)

Q. What trees are birds attracted to?

Top 10: Trees that attract the most birds

  1. Red Mulberry. A medium sized deciduous tree, Red Mulberry produces mulberry fruits, which reach maturity in summer.
  2. Wild Black Cherry.
  3. American Beech.
  4. White Oak.
  5. Red Maple.
  6. Eastern Red Cedar.
  7. Flowering Dogwood.
  8. Eastern White Pine.

Q. Is bird poop bad for trees?

Question: I was wondering if bird droppings can harm plants. Birds love to roost on the trees in the yard, but leave their droppings everywhere. Answer: In general, no, they aren’t harmful. Mature leaves and plant parts are usually unharmed in any way.

Q. Is a bird pooping on me good luck?

If a bird poops on you or anything you own, it’s said to be good luck. The Russian superstition is based on the rare odds of actually being pooped on by a bird.

Q. Is bird poop bad for grass?

Bird poop is actually a great additive to any fertilizer or compost. The phosphorus in the droppings and other nutrients makes it highly beneficial to your garden, especially for green vegetables. Make sure it is covered with compost to avoid risk of airborne contamination.

Q. What is bird poop called?

Guano is bird or bat poop. In fact, the term is so common that some fertilizers are called guano even when they don’t contain actual bird poop. Guano, a Spanish word with Quechua roots, is rich in nitrogen, potassium, and other nutrients that help plants grow.

Q. Do birds pee while flying?

How do birds fly and poop at the same time? Mostly they don’t worry about it. Birds have a common opening for urine, feces, etc., the cloaca*, and while sitting around on a branch or wire or flying through the air – bombs-away!

Q. Do birds cry sad?

Grief and sadness: Grief is a complex emotion and just as all humans react differently when grieving, birds can also react differently. Some grieving birds may make piteous cries, perhaps hoping that a lost mate or companion might respond.

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