Tuesday, May 26, 2015

birds of paradise 3

The ancestor of these birds was none other than a plain crow like bird. Thanks to evolution and isolation we have the beautifully birds we have now.  This evaluation may be caused by natural and sexual selection. Also it might included speciation.

Natural selection is when a mutation causes survival of fittest and the mutation is passes  to the next generation.Every generation with the trait will have or inherited it until the whole bird population has it.

Sexual selection is when a mutation causes traits to increase the like hood of mating.
For example, sexual selection may change the same species by how food is spread out. If It's clustered the males would be burly. To defend their territory of food and females. If more dispersed the males will devolved fancy feathers or the trait fancy, since the dispersed food will be impossible to defend.

Speciation will begins when groups become separate in location, or become different enough in form and behavior that one group won't mate from another group.

Monday, April 20, 2015

Birds of Paradise 1

Have you ever wonder what beauty are in the misty tropics. You may have heard of of the amazing and fascinating animals. But know are more fascinating than the Birds of Paradises. Theses birds are not you average birds. They have feathers that are shaped at odd angles, calls that aren't birds like and can't find them anywhere else in the world but in New Guinea and Australia. What mysteries are found in these birds that people have been studied them for years?
King-of-Saxony Bird-of-Paradise

Monday, March 30, 2015

Birds of Paradise 2

 The Birds of Paradise are from the Paradisaical of the order Patisseries.They live in New Guinea and its satellites, with a few in the Mameluke Islands and eastern Australia.There are 39 spices of the birds. I want to know the mating dance for all of the birds. They show and use their feathers to attach the females .