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Why do hummingbirds migrate?

Hummingbirds migrate so they can find a warmer place to live for the winter. They eat flower nectar and bugs, and in the cold, they can't find either of them. THAT'S why they (MORE)

Do hummingbirds have ears?

yes, hummingbirds do have ears. In fact they are right below their eyes and their hearing is 58% better than the average humans hearing.
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What is the role of a hummingbird?

The humming bird's role is to collect pollen and to spread pollen. By spreading the pollen, it produces more flowers.
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How did hummingbird get their name?

They get their name from the humming sound their wings make when they fly and hover.
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What is a hummingbird?

They are very small birds known for their ability to hover over a food source by flapping their wings 12-90 times per second. They drink the flower nectar and are the only b (MORE)

What do hummingbirds do for environment?

Hummingbirds help pollinate flowers when they eat, allowing these flowers to reproduce when the hummingbird visits other flowers and deposits the pollin onto them.
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What do hummingbirds eat?

Hummingbirds feed on the nectar of flowers, small insects and other invertebrates, and tree sap. They will also drink sugar water from artificial feeders.
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Why are hummingbirds herbivores?

Because they only eat nectar from flowers. And herbivore is a name  given to animals that only eat plants or stuff from plants.
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