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Extreme Bird Longevity

written by: Sia
 
Not many of us realize that some birds can live long, really long. The birds listed here have the longest lifespans in the aviary kingdom. I will show you a photo of a bird, give you some interesting information and you will have to name the bird.

Question 1:

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This bird can live for up to 33 years in captivity. You can find it around Malaya, Sumatra, Java and Borneo.
Swan
Rhea
Macaws
Rhinoceros hornbill


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Question 2:

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This scavenger bird can live for up to 30 years. It is now considered an endangered species.
Falcon
Eagle
Vulture
Swift


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Question 3:

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This is the largest bird on earth and lays the largest eggs. Its lifespan reaches 40 years.
Eagle
Swallow
Falcon
Ostrich


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Question 4:

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This flightless bird reaches height of 5 feet (1.5 m). It lives up to 40 years in captivity, but only around 20 in the wild.
Rhea
Ostrich
Vulture
Eagle


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Question 5:

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The plumage on this bird's head is dark at first, but turns white when the bird grows up. It can have a lifespan of up to 50 years.
Turkey vulture
Peregrine falcon
Bald eagle
Hawk


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Question 6:

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This water bird is monogamous and pairs for life. It can live for up to 50 years in captivity.
Swan
Flamingo
Goose
Duck


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Question 7:

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These birds have string toes and use them to catch stuff. Their beaks are strong, so that they can break nut shells. They live for up to 60 - 70 years.
Swift
Macaw
Parrot
Sparrow


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Question 8:

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These birds have a bald spot on their heads, covered by an erectile crest. They may reach 75 years of age.
Cockatoo
Parrot
Macaw
Pigeon


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