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Roadrunner Adaptations?

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The roadrunner is a very fast running bird that has a long tail. The roadrunner is found in the southwestern United States and Mexico, and is also called a chaparral bird. The roadrunner has several adaptations that help it survive in the dry desert. It has feathers to keep it warm in the winter desert night, and it gets rid of salt from their bodies with a special body part called a gland. It is also stated that they can fly to a tree to hide from predators.
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Greater Roadrunner
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Cuculiformes Family: Cuculidae Genus: Geococcyx Species: Geococcyx californianus
The Greater Roadrunner is a signature bird of the desert Southwest. During the 20th century, its range expanded all the way to southern Missouri and western Louisiana... More »
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