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K4613 - Zoology The Magnificient Macaw

Zoology The Magnificient Macaw
Item No. K4613

Zoology The Magnificient Macaw

Series: Show Me Science Biology
Item No: K4613
Length: 11 minutes
UPC: 709629046139
Copyright: 2013
CC: Yes
MARC Record: Yes
Language: English
Grade Level: 4-9
Age Range: 10-15
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In this program, Jake Willers goes on an expedition to study endangered macaws and discover environments where the birds snack on clay licks to neutralize toxins in their diets. Macaws are intelligent, social birds that gather in large flocks and are native to Mexico, Central America, and South America. They are omnivores, feeding on fruits, seeds, nuts, insects, and clay. Macaws are vocal birds and communicate within the flock to mark territory, identify one another, and warn of predators. Because they are very colorful and some species can mimic human speech, they are highly sought after as exotic pets.