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This helps make birds light enough to fly. 6 All birds have wings. Most of them can fly. Penguins cannot fly. They use their wings to swim instead. 2 All birds lay eggs. The mother bird lays an egg soon after it forms in her body. This way, she is not too heavy to fly. The hard shell protects the growing chick. 4 All birds have feathers. Feathers come in many different colors. Birds that fly have long, stiff wing and tail feathers. Other feathers keep birds warm and dry. 3 Penguins, hummingbirds, and ostriches are birds.
Most of them can fly. Penguins cannot fly. 2 All birds lay eggs. The hard shell protects the growing chick. 4 All birds have feathers. Feathers come in many different colors. 3 Penguins, hummingbirds, and ostriches are all birds. How are they alike? 1 warm-blooded: having a body temperature that stays the same, even if the environment is very cold or very hot beak or bill Birds have no teeth. They have beaks, or bills, that are just right for the food they eat. 5 Birds are also warm-blooded. They stay warm even if it is cold outside.
The adult insect looks very different than when it first hatched. 6 All insects also have six legs and three body parts. On their heads, you will find antennae, eyes, a brain, and a mouth. 4 All insects have an exoskeleton. That means that an insect’s skeleton is on the outside of its body. The exoskeleton protects the insect. Ants, grasshoppers, and butterflies are all insects. They are arthropods. They have no backbones. 3 Their thorax has muscles, wings, and legs. The abdomen has their stomach and other organs.