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NiE Our Feathered Friends

Our feathered friends have a bird's eye view. Photo: Leigh Jensen / Daily Examiner
Our feathered friends have a bird's eye view. Photo: Leigh Jensen / Daily Examiner Leigh Jensen

THEY can fly, walk, run, swim and are found in the air, oceans, freshwater, seashores, rainforests and deserts. This diverse group of warm-blooded vertebrates are distinct from any other group of living animals. Their unique features make them easily recognised. They are our feathered friends - the birds.

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BRAIN STRAIN

With a camera

WHAT'S NEWS

1. The Emu

2. Defence

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