Guide
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32 squad - is:
- now extinct gesperorniksovye;
- as extinct ihtiorniksovye;
- aistooobraznye;
- procellariiformes (also referred to as the Sea type);
- passerines (the most numerous group);
- gagaroobraznye;
- Columbiformes;
- geese;
- yet another extinct - diatrimoobraznye;
- Woodpeckers;
- gruiformes;
- kaguaroobraznye or ratites;
- caprimulgiformes or novonebnye;
- small but very graceful groove;
- cuculiformes;
- kuroobrraznye;
- flightless birds-rhea;
- Pelecaniformes;
- penguin;
- waterfowl Grebe;
- bright and beautiful Psittaciformes;
- small detachment mousebird;
- coraciiformes;
- waders;
- Owls;
- Falconiformes;
- yet another flightless ratite;
- apodiformes (and earlier detach
ment of the hummingbird is included in this group);
- trogonovye;
- turakovye;
- udoobraznye;
and beautiful flamingos
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Talking about the most popular in Russia orders of birds, you can see a few more details to the usual residents of the country teams.
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For example, passerines, which also is the largest category of this class of animals (just over 5400 species).Mostly, it is the small and medium-sized birds, which do not always resemble the usual gray-brown sparrows, and can be very different in appearance, habitat and way of eating.On the territory of the former Soviet Union live 310 species of passerine, but they also live in topical forests, ocean skeletons, and all, except perhaps Antarctica.
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Columbiformes, which differ in a small head, a short neck and a straight beak hooded nostrils.For these birds characteristic of the life of couples and laying 2 eggs 2-3 times a year.This detachment divided 360 core species, the most common of which - common doves, wood pigeons, doves, klintuha, Collared Dove and European Turtle Dove.Another interesting fact is that most of the pigeons do not live in the territory of the Eurasian continent, and in Australia.
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waterfowl also common for Russian citizens.In this unit, except the geese, ducks and also includes swans living in Russia.The largest representative of waterfowl - a mute swan, the weight of which can reach 13 kilograms, and beauty is difficult to describe.Usually birds of this order live near water, near the marshes, estuaries and lakes.Most of them lives in South America, Africa and Australia.