Pelicans live mainly in warm regions nears coasts and estuaries. These birds have large webbed feet which enable them to propel through water and control their direction.
The body length of an adult pelican ranges from about 4 feet to 6 feet and its weight ranges from 10 to 30 pounds. Their bill is typically about 18 inches long.
The wingspan of pelicans is about five meters and this enables them to fly up to altitudes of 3000 meters. The additional air bags located among their bones, neck chest, skin and wings improves the aerodynamics of their flight.
Are large graceful wading birds with long-legs, long-necks and long beaks belonging to the family Coconiidae.
Are pink to scarlet colored, web-footed wading birds with down-bent bills.
Are the second largest birds in the world after ostriches and belong to a family of flightless birds called ‘Ratites’.
Are the smallest group of flightless birds belonging to the genus Apteryx.
Is a warm blood mammal that belongs to the monotreme group that lay eggs.
Are large, powerful, living lizards with long flat heads, round snouts, scaly skin, bowed legs and huge muscular tails.
Are snake-like fish from the order Anguilliformes that occupy both fresh water as well as saltwater habitats.
Are warm-blooded marine mammals with round eyes and long whiskers around the mouth.
Are small domesticated or wild swimming birds that are broad-billed and web-footed belonging to the Anatidae family of birds.
Short about Pelicans
Are giant birds found on every continent except Antarctica.