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What is a kiwi?

A kiwi is the national bird of New Zealand. It is a flightless, nocturnal bird. There are five species, two of which are endangered. Kiwifruit is a fruit that originated in (MORE)

Where are kiwis?

The term Kiwi has multiple meanings. 1. A Kiwi is any of the species of flightless birds endemic (that means they live there) to New Zealand of the genus Apteryx (the (MORE)

What do kiwi do?

Kiwi are small flightless birds. . They can hunt for food using their long, sensitive bill which is equipped, unusually, with nostrils at the very end. . They can dig burr (MORE)

How did you get kiwis?

Kiwis are a member of a group of birds with a Gondwanaland association. Other members of the group are Cassowary and Emu (Australia), Ostrich (S Africa), Moa (extinct, New Zea (MORE)

Who are the kiwis?

The Kiwi is a flightless birds that is a national icon in New Zealand. Because the birds are unique to New Zealand, the term "kiwi" is also often used to refer colloquially to (MORE)

What can kiwi do?

Kiwi are small flightless birds. . They can hunt for food using their long, sensitive bill which is equipped, unusually, with nostrils at the very end. . They can dig burr (MORE)

What does a kiwi have?

Kiwi have tiny, rudimentary wings that are so small they arecompletely hidden beneath their thick covering of shaggy feathers. Being birds, they have feathers, but the feathe (MORE)
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Do kiwis lay kiwis?

Kiwi refers to a small flightless bird of New Zealand. It does not lay kiwi (the plural of kiwi is just kiwi), but it does lay eggs. From each hatches a single kiwi chick. (MORE)