Hummingbird Adaptations?

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The hummingbird's behavioral adaptations are a long and thin bill. This thin bill allows the hummingbird to probe deeper into flowers and makes it easier to access food sources. Hummingbirds can beat their wings very quickly as their wings are narrow and tapered.
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Hummingbird
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Apodiformes Family: Trochilidae
Hummingbirds are grouped in Family Trochilidae. These small birds have long slender bills, narrow wings that beat very rapidly, and brightly-colored, iridescent plumage.
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