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Our feathered friends may not have developed the ability to claim Springbok Casino no deposit bonus codes - those are left all to us humans.  That said, they are highly adapted to all our planetary environments.  Here are a few of the more remarkable characteristic of birds…

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Right, now back to the birds and why they are so successful at conquering the skies, oceans, waterways, forests and fields.

Intriguing Bird Facts: The Origin of Birds

Today, there are around 10,800 bird species on Earth.  All are the descendants of dinosaurs that survived the fiery impact of an asteroid more than 65 million years ago.  Contrary to popular opinion, birds are not the modern progeny of pterodactyls – those huge flying reptiles popularised by their appearances in the Jurassic Park film franchise.

They are, instead, from a lineage of dinosaurs known as saurischians.  These lizard-hipped ancestors had wings, beaks and sharp teeth.  Imagine an ostrich, Martial eagle or Cape Vulture with a set of razor-sharp pearly whites?

Interestingly enough, that idea is not far off the mark.  All birds have retained the genetic components required to form teeth.  Researchers in America have even activated the tooth gene in the embryo of a chicken.  In this particular scenario, the old adage ‘as rare as hen’s teeth’ does not apply.  The chicken in question went on to form a full set of gnashers!

The Biggest and Smallest Birds

Birds come in all sorts of shapes and sizes.  One of the heaviest flying birds is the Great white pelican.  This fella tips the scales at around 15 kilograms.  That is the equivalent of a beagle, schnauzer or Staffordshire bull terrier… with wings.

On the other side of the scale is the Calliope hummingbird.  It weighs just 2.7 grams.  That is less than the average weight of an olive!  This tiny bird’s legs and feet are thinner than the sharpened end of a pencil lead.  Consider this – the lead in ordinary wooden pencils is 2 millimetres in diameter.  That is less than one twelfth of an inch!

With a mighty wingspan of 3.5 metres, the Wandering Albatross is capable of undertaking foraging trips over distances of up to 13,000 kilometres.  Their trick has more to do with harnessing the power of the wind than flapping their wings.  On a particularly breezy day, they can soar to speeds of 85 kilometres per hour without flapping their wings even once!

The Quickest and Bravest Birds

King penguins can dive to depths of 200 metres.  Their smaller cousins, African penguins, only manage 100 metre depths and short sharp bursts of speed of up to 20 kilometre per hour.  They are so quick underwater, they often propel themselves up and out of the surface, before arcing back in again.

These flightless little critters are perfectly adapted to the sea.  They have the lung capacity to stay underwater for three minutes at a time.  They also rely on an acute sense of smell to sniff out their prey.

More accurately, African penguins can detect the chemical compounds released by phytoplankton.  This compound is only detectable when the plankton is being guzzled up by the penguin’s favourite menu items – small pelagic fish like pilchards and sardines!

When they get a whiff, they know there is a delectable bait ball somewhere close by.  From underwater to high up in the skies – there is a bird that has made the environment its own.

Bar-headed geese are high altitude flyers.  They regularly migrate across the Himalayas at altitudes of 10,000 metres and more.  That is a hundred plus meters higher than Mount Everest, where us lot need oxygen tanks and breathing apparatus to survive.

Birds with Unique Parenting Skills

How about parenting?  How do our feathered friends stack up in that respect?  Pretty well, considering penguins incubate their eggs while balanced on their feet.  They also keep their fledglings safe and snug in precisely the same manner.

African jacanas carry their chicks under their wings as they lope across lily pads in search of prey.  That job is strictly for the males of the species.  Cape sugar birds plan their breeding season to coincide with the flowering of proteas. That way, they have a constant supply of food for themselves and their fledglings.

The Malachite sunbird likes to add extra tensile strength to its nests.  The female either integrates one or more spider webs into the construction.   Or she takes a few grass stalks and wraps them in a web to add a bit of adhesive stickiness to proceedings.

Our frontrunner for the good parenting prize is the little Namaqua sandgrouse.   Both mum and dad have specially adapted breast feathers that act like built-in water storage tanks.  By immersing themselves in fresh water and high tailing it out of there, they can transport water to their chicks located up to 80 km away!

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At the beginning of the article, we mentioned that birds have not developed the ability to claim Springbok Casino no deposit bonus codes.  We stand corrected.  It should read that they have not as yet been trained the mechanics of redeeming a bonus online.

Considering the intelligence of crows and some of the other smartest birds in the world, who knows what those bird brains are truly capable of.  With that in mind, we suggest you register an account at Springbok Casino right now.  You do that by hitting the Sign Up button at the top of the page – go on, we bet a feathered friend can do it!

As a signed up human member, you can get your fair share of Springbok Casino no deposit bonus codes before they go the way of the dinosaurs... or should we rather say, the dinosaurs that were not the antecedents of the world’s avifauna!