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Bower birds build elaborate nests to attract a mate.
This bird uses its wings to create shade that attracts fish, that it then feeds on.
Birds evolved from a branch of dinosaurs called therapods.
Some birds have evolved flightlessness.
Penguins 'fly' underwater.
Birds lay land adapted eggs. The shell is porous to exchange gases.
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