Bird run with the speed of 32 km/h



Roadrunner 

Roadrunner The beautiful hunting bird found in the deserts of California, Mexico and Spain. They belong to the Cuckoo family. It's about 52–62 cm (20–24 in) long, has a 43–61 cm (17–24 in) wingspan and weighs 221–538 g (7.8–19.0 oz). The length from beak to tail is 2 feet (0.61 m). Legs and tail are long. While their beak is slightly longer. They have 2 toes pointed to the front and 2 to the back. In some birds, such a finger-forming is intended to help maintain a strong grip on the branch.
 It is a fast-moving bird and can run at speeds up to 32 km/h. It prefers to run rather than to fly. But it is not that they cannot fly, they fly very well.

 He eats whatever is available in the meal. Snakes, lizards, insects, fruits, eggs, small birds and animals are included in his diet.

Their breeding season continues from severe cold to hot weather. They make their nests in the bushes. Their eggs range from 2 to 6. Chicks come out in 15 to 20 days. 

And last thing, In childhood you may have seen a cartoon named looney tunes. It consists of a blue bird and a wolf. The bird seems to be running fast on the road, emitting beeps all the time. And the wolf somehow tries to catch the bird, but every time he fails. You may have considered this bird a rooster until now. He is not a rooster, but a road runner bird. 

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