i worked with Alexia and we did the budgerigars i think we did very well and worked extremely together going in i wondered what the budgerigars where but know i know that the budgerigars are actually a budgie which is a bird that you can keep as a pet.
they have a small size so they don’t need much water. they have a strong to confuse there to crack nuts and all the nuts they eat are high in water content. budgies always fly in flocks or groups to confuse there prey.
i learned they have a long tali to faster, smother, sharper turns and glide and also to fly away from there predators. they have three eyelids like the camel.
i wonder if the budgie will be imported to other countries other than Australia and Britain.
what was the most important thing i learnt
budgies have long tails to help them fly faster and smoother through the air we also used this in are experiment. are experiment was that we through the paper plane with the long tail and one without the one with the tail flow further.
how did you learn it
i got all of my info from the internet and the rest of the term we did the desert and i find that the budgie that they stay in flocks to confuse there prey.
what will I do with what I’ve learnt
in the future i will use this information if i have a budgie and i can teach other people about the budgerigars.
this term i have learned a lot about camels and there three eyes, the barking spiders hiss and the nursing sharks teeth. it has been a great term of adaptions like the sponge experiment, the water experiment and the my paper plane experiment.