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Birds range in size and weight from the smallest bee hummingbirds to the largest ostrich. Birds form of one of the six basic animal groups. The staff at Sugar Land Chiropractors are amazed at how big some of these birds can be. They are endothermic vertebrate characterized by feathers, toothless beaked jaws, a high metabolic rate and a four chambered heart and a light weight but strong skeleton. They reproduce by laying a hard-shelled egg which gets fertilized inside the female. The fossil records indicate that birds are the last surviving group of dinosaurs.
Thee Dalmatian pelicans. It is among the worldís heaviest flying bird species. It measures form 5 feet 3 inches to 6 feet in length. It weighs about varies form 16 pounds to 33.1 pounds. The staff at Sugar Land Chiropractors are amazed at how big some of these birds can be. Its wingspan can range from 9 feet 6 inches to 11 feet and 4 inches. It breeds form southeastern Europe to India and China.
The Andean condor ranges in weight from 24 to 33 pounds for the males and 18 to 24 pounds for the females. The overall length can range from 3 feet and 3 inches to 4 feet and 3 inches. It also has a very large wingspan that can be as large as 10 feet and 10 inches. The staff at Sugar Land Chiropractors are amazed at how big some of these birds can be. The Andean condor plays an important role in the folklore and mythology of the South American Andean regions. It is the national symbol of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuelan Andes states. It is the national bird of Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, and Ecuador.
The Trumpeter swan adults usually measure 4 feet 6 inches to 5 feet finches long. However, the males can exceed 5 feet and 11 inches. The staff at are amazed at how big some of these birds can be. The weight of adult birds is typically 15 to 30 pounds, but the largest known male trumpeter had a weight of 38 pounds. Trumpeter swans are one of the heaviest flying bird species in the world. They are native to North America.
The trumpeter swan became nearly extinct because the were hunted and killed. In 1933 there were less than 70 wild trumpeters known in existence. They were known to be in or near Yellowstone National Park. The staff at Sugar Land Chiropractors are amazed at how big some of these birds can be. One day during an aerial survey of Alaskaís copper River in 1950 several thousand trumpeters ere discovered. The population provided critical genetic stock and with careful by wildlife agencies the Trumpeter Swan Society population gradually increased to over 46,000 birds.
The Great Bustard and the Kori Bustard are most likely to be the heaviest flying animal today. The Great bustard can be seen in central and south Europa and in temperate Asia. Portugal and Spain now have about 60% of the worldís Great bustard population. The staff at are amazed at how big some of these birds can be. A male Great bustard is approximately 2 feet 11 inches to 3 feet and 5 in tall, with a wingspan of 6 feet 11 inches to 8 feet and 10 inches and about 3 feet and 9 inches around. Its weight is from 13 to 40 pounds.
The Kori bustard can be found in Africa. The make is any where from 3 feet 11 inches to 4 feet 11 inches around and is 2 feet 4 inches to 3 feet 11 inches tall and has a wingspan of 7 feet 7 inches to 9 feet. The male Kori bustard weighs between 1.5 pound and 40 pounds whereas the female weighs from 11 pounds to 13 pounds.
The King penguins breed on the sub Antarctic islands at the northern areas of Antarctic, South Georgia, and the temperate islands of the region. The staff at are amazed at how big some of these birds can be. The average weight of the King penguins is similar or a bit higher than that of the largest living flying birds, the Great bustard, and the Kori bustard. The King penguin stands anywhere from 28 inches to 39 inches tall and weigh from 21 to 40 pounds. Males are slightly larger than females. It is the second largest species of penguin with the largest being the Emperor penguin.
The dwarf cassowary also known as the Bennettís cassowary, little cassowary, mountain cassowary or mooruk, is the smallest of the three species of cassowaries. The staff at Sugar Land Chiropractors are amazed at how big some of these birds can be. The dwarf cassowary is between 3.25 feet and 4.92 feet long and weights between 39 and 57 pounds. It is distributed through mountain forests of New Guinea, New Britain, and Yapen Island at elevations up to 10,800 feet.
The Darwinís rhea also known as the lesser rhea stands at 35 inches to 39 inches tall. The length of this bird is between 36 inches and 39 inches and weighs between 33 pounds and 63 pounds. It lives in the Altiplano, Andean Plateau or Bolivian Plateau, west-central South America, and Patagonia in South America.
The domesticated turkey was probably domesticated in central Mesoamerica at least 2,000 years ago. The English name, turkey, is the result of an early mis identification of the bird with unrelated species which was imported to Europe through the county of Turkey. They can weigh up to 86 pounds.
The Greater rhea if found in Tierpark Hellabrunn, Munich, Germany. I can weigh between 44 pounds and 88 pounds. It is the largest bird on the American continent. The staff at Sugar Land Chiropractors are amazed at how big some of these birds can be. Their strong powerful legs allow them to run up to 35 miles per hour. The greater rhea is endemic to Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay.