Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Dinosaur Descendants Park

http://www.birdpark.com.sg/l3_t2.aspx?l3=32&l2=13&l1=5&langid=1

The bone structure of a bird (like an ostrich) is VERY similar to dinosaurs. Birds are the descendants of dinosaurs. Why? Answer - Evolution and survival

THAT PENGUIN AT THE RIGHT CORNER OF THE PHOTO WAS JUST STONING THERE. WHEN I LEFT, IT WAS STILL STONED THERE. LOL.


Penguins are another great example of evolution - Birds have very specialised feathers to keep warm and dry. They have evolved to keep themselves warm, to swim to catch fish. Penguins do not have knees like most birds do.








Had a ball of a time. Can you imagine? Once the greatest and biggest of creatures, today they are small, fast and able to fly.

All these for the sake of survival. Amazing!




All photos by blog writer

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