Selasa, 28 September 2010

Kiwi Bird

Kiwis are endangered due to habitat loss and imported animals.
As is often the case, the introduced species have thrived, creating a threat to the native species which have less highly developed protective and defensive adaptations, having enjoyed a secure environment for thousands of years.

The kiwis' homeland, native forests and scrubs in New Zealand, are disappearing at an alarming rate due to clearing of forests for farming and agriculture, forest fires and introduction of imported animals. Due to the inability to fly, this makes kiwis vulnerable to their predators, which are usually land animals

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