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    Macaws  (By Malak Al-Alyawy 4B) Classification: A Macaw is a long tailed brilliantly colored parrot of Central America and South America among the largest and showiest of parrots. A Macaw is a bird and it lays eggs. Description: Macaws have a beautiful, graceful tails that are long or longer than their bodies, they also have pointed wings which are enabled to fly swiftly. Macaws have hocked bills which are perfect for eating hard foods. The beak has a strong wed to open nut pods. Habitat: Habitat of choice is the tropical rainforest. Macaws are native to south and central America. Macaws love to live in wet or hot areas. Diet: Macaws eat a variety of food including seeds, nuts, fruits, palm fruits, leaves, flowers and stems. They only eat they don’t eat meat which means they are Herbivores. Movement: Macaws are built to fly with wings. With a streamline body and tail shape. And their wings don’t flap deeply. When they come in for landing, they drop their tail and feet downward. Growth and Development: Macaws start out inside of an egg, and it takes up to 3 weeks for the eggs to hatch. And a Macaw cannot get pregnant because it’s a bird. Conclusion: Macaws have a beautiful Appearance that’s so well Adapted to their Environment also Macaws are one of the largest types of parrot on the planet. Macaws have a peculiar Relationship with poison! Macaws typically mate for life. Macaws are pretty loud and can mimic human speech.   
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