The Life Cycle of a Bird
Although there are over 9,000 species of birds in the world, each develops from a single-celled egg, is incubated, hatches, and grows to adulthood. The Life Cycle of a Bird explains in intriguing detail how life cycles vary between different birds and how nesting habitats are being threatened.
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