Orig., a chicken; the young of a fowl; a young eaglet; a nestling; and hence, a feathered flying animal (see 2).
A warm-blooded, feathered vertebrate provided with wings. See Aves.
General term applied to members of clade Aves, which includes Archaeopteryx and all of its descendants.
warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings
badminton equipment consisting of a ball of cork or rubber with a crown of feathers
a cylindrical instrument that has wings that can be controlled from the boat, to cause the streamer to dive or to rise
a feathered living creature
a great talking film with animation, much more fluidly done than in the silents
a kind of animal
a magnificent flying machine
a most effective flying machine
an animal with an inside and outside
an animal with feathers
a note, and a hatched egg is the rhythm
a perfectly controlled, natural flying machine
a vertebrate animal that flies
a warm-blooded animal that usually has its body covered with feathers
a warm blooded animal which is covered with feathers, lays hard-shelled eggs, and has wings for the front limbs
a warm-blooded, egg-laying, winged vertebrate that has a body covered with feathers
Warm-blooded, feathered animals from the Chordate Phylum. Birds usually move by flying, and they have hollow bones which make them light enough to do so. Birds build nests and lay eggs.
Vertebrate with feathers (e.g. eagle)
A flying bird is an advantageous sign. It announces the arrival of good news and luck in the future.
Warm-blooded, feathered, egg-laying vertebrates that have a beak and wings, and are usually able to fly.
a device with moveable vanes attached to a marine seismic streamer to maintain the streamer at a predetermined depth.
any warm-blooded animal with vertebrate, wings, and have feather covering the whole body
A two-legged animal with feathers and wings. bird is the only animal that has feathers covering its body.
Any animal with feathers is a fully formed, fully functional bird and can not, therefore, be a dinosaur of any variety.
Any of a class of vertebrates that regulate their body temperature internally, have bodies that are covered almost entirely with feathers and have forelimbs modified as wings that enable most to fly.
any of a class (Aves) of warm-blooded vertebrates distinguished by having the body more or less completely covered with feathers and the forelimbs modified as wings.
Group of warm blooded vertebrate animals whose body is covered with feathers.
A warm-blooded animal that has feathers, two legs, and a beak or bill.
Birds have feathers and wings. Many birds eat butterflies and moths. They may be the descendants of theropod dinosaurs.
Birds are bipedal, warm-blooded, oviparous vertebrate animals characterized primarily by feathers, forelimbs modified as wings, and (in most) hollow bones.