70 preguntas curiosas (Las Tres Edades / Nos Gusta Saber) by Ariane Hoffmann, Verena von Keitz, Thomas Liesen, Katja PDF

By Ariane Hoffmann, Verena von Keitz, Thomas Liesen, Katja Nellissen, Sascha Ott

¿Por qué somos más altos por los angeles mañana que por l. a. noche? ¿Con qué sueñan los ciegos? ¿cómo se mide l. a. altura de las montañas? ¿Cómo se forma un nudo en los angeles garganta? ¿Cómo sería l. a. Tierra sin l. a. Luna? ¿Por qué a veces se nos pega una canción? ¿por qué las olas siempre llegan a los angeles playa en línea recta? ¿Beben agua los peces? Este sorprendente y divertido libro reúne las respuestas a 70 curiosas preguntas sobre nuestro cuerpo, el mundo animal, las plantas, los angeles ciencia, los angeles tecnología y otras inquietudes o dudas que todos hemos tenido alguna vez.

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41 barred flanks At the northernmost fringe of the Canada Goose’s range, in the tundra, it breeds on rocky tundra slopes from the Aleutians east to Baffin Island and Hudson Bay. Winters from British Columbia to California, also central US, Texas, and New Mexico in pastures and agricultural fields. 9–3kg) Social Flocks Lifespan Unknown Status Secure DATE SEEN 40 WHERE NOTES WATERFOWL Order Anseriformes Family Anatidae Species Branta bernicla Brant pale bars across wings ADULT (WESTERN) ADULT (EASTERN) white rump black neck and head small, white “necklace” not crossing throat weakly barred flanks IN FLIGHT dark gray-brown upperparts grayish white flank patch necklace crosses throat black neck stops abruptly at breast pale belly black chest bold, barred flanks B.

BOOMING MALES At a “lek” in the early morning, a male sends out a booming call and displays to attract a female. 28 pointed tail slightly larger Separate populations occur in the Dakotas, Minnesota, Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas, Illinois, Oklahoma, Texas, and Missouri. Breeds in openings mixed with oak-forested river corridors, especially where these interact with areas of native tallgrass prairie; resident year-round. LESSER PRAIRIE CHICKEN pink skin pronged feathers smaller overall “v”-shaped markings on underparts reddish orange skin Length 151⁄2 –171⁄2in (40– 45cm) Wingspan 26 –29in (66–74cm) Weight 30–36oz (850–1,000g) Social Flocks Lifespan Up to 4 years Status Vulnerable DATE SEEN WHERE NOTES 29 GAMEBIRDS Order Galliformes Family Phasianidae Rock Ptarmigan mostly gray upperparts black tail Species Lagopus muta brown-and-black barring white wings MALE (WINTER) small, round head small bill red comb mottled belly all-white wings FEMALE (S SUMMER) gray wing patch IN FLIGHT MALE (SUMMER) white plumage black line between eye and bill small, delicate bill “salt-and-pepper” barring on gray upperparts FEMALE (WINTER) MALE (WINTER) white belly feathered feet and toes MALE (SUMMER) FLIGHT: bursts into flight with rapid wing beats, followed by gliding and shallow flapping.

28 tail long, dark tail dark belly pale breast FLUSHED OUT darker brown overall The Ring-necked Pheasant is a powerful flier when alarmed or flushed out of its cover. Widespread across southern Canada and the US; prefers mixture of active agricultural crops (especially corn fields), fallow fields, and hedgerows; also cattail marshes and wooded river bottoms. The Ring-necked Pheasant is native to Asia from the Caucasus east to China. 5–3kg) Social Solitary/Flocks Lifespan Up to 4 years Status Secure DATE SEEN WHERE NOTES 33 Family Anatidae WATERFOWL R ECENT SCIENTIFIC studies indicate that waterfowl are closely related to gamebirds.

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