That's a dove, Lucy. Have you ever wondered how birds adapt to their environment?
Over time, Birds' forelimbs have modified into wings.
Birds also have well-developed brains and keen eyesight. In order to fly, birds must have very quick reactions. When approaching a tree or cliff, a bird has only a few seconds to spot a place to land safely and avoid crashing. Most birds have keener eyesight than humans do.
Male frigate birds have red kidney shaped pouches on their chests that they inflate like balloons to attract females.
During mating season, the male sits on a nest and gyrates his puffed up chest at the females flying overhead.
Specific birds such as the peacock, have mating rituals or dances to attract mates.
Here we go!
Thanks for teaching me more about bird adaptations, but I have one more question; how do cockroaches attract mates?