Marine Birds

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Marine Birds

Pelicans just eat fish. Most of them catch fish by swimming in a group. Pelicans live in the lakes, ponds and warm, shallow waters in the coast of the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean in the North and South America.

Buff Banded Rail

Marine Birds

Pelican

Frigate bird

Osprey

Shearwater bird

Osprey have strong muscled legs that allow them to carry fish that weigh up to 2kg.They live in the lake areas of Australia,but they are also seen on Kanaroo Island, near the south. Osprey eat medium sized fish, then the Oeprey rips it apart. The Osprey will even dive under the water for fish.

There are at least 15 types of shearwater birds. They live in New Zealand, South America and Phillip Island. Shearwaters eat squid, fish, crustaceans, molluscs and plankton.

These tropical birds species are seen in the warmer waters of the various oceans around the world. The Frigate bird are1metre long, and has 2.15 metre wingspan. They also live in India and Atlantic Oceans. They eat small fish, jellyfish, crustaceans, young turtles, birds and eggs.

The Buff Banded Rail use their feet to pick up leaves, seeds and any fallen vegetable. They live in Australia and are normally find in wetlands like Sewage ponds and drainage channels. It eat crustaceans, molluscs, insects, seeds, fruits and frogs.

The Osprey has strong muscled legs that allow them to carry fish that weighs up to 2kg. They live in the lake areas of Australia, but they are also seen on Kanaroo Island, near the south. Osprey eat medium sized fish and they rip the fish apart, they will even dive under the water for fish.

*When the climate changes some fish don't survive, so there's less food for the sea birds and their chicks. *Some eggs don't even hatch in cold climate.Relationships between sea birds and the coral reef:Coral reef can help sea birds nest.Coral reef can also help by providing food.

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