No, all birds have some feathers.
Kiwi have feathers because they are birds. All birds have feathers, even though the nature of the feathers may differ from that of birds that fly. Kiwi have shaggy feathers.
There are no animals that have feathers besides birds.
No not all birds have feathers.
They are birds, birds have feathers not fur.
All birds have feathers otherwise they wouldn't be birds. On the other hand the kiwi birds feathers are said to be more like fur than feathers but the kiwi cant fly.
They're birds - they have feathers.
Birds feathers are known as plumage
All birds have feathers. If they don't, they aren't birds.
Yes. Kingfishers are birds, and all birds have feathers.
No. Only birds have feathers. Kangaroos are mammals, not birds.
Pretty much all birds have feathers
Birds have 2 types of feathers: down feathers and contour feathers. Contour feathers help the birds fly, while down feathers keep the bird warm. Hope this answers the question! :)
Yes, all birds are covered with feathers. Feathers are what distinguish birds from other animals.
birds have oily feathers to make themself waterproof
Yes, all birds are born with feathers.
Kiwi have feathers because they are birds. All birds have feathers, even though the nature of the feathers may differ from that of birds that fly.Kiwi have shaggy feathers which are densely packed, about 2.5cm thick, to keep them warm and dry.
Flight feathers are very strong and stiff to aid in the gliding of birds when they fly. Even flightless birds have flight feathers.
Cute question! Birds like to get high. Feathers allow birds to fly.
Down feathers are feathers that lie under a birds body and primary feathers. These feathers are small and puffy, and trap warm air under a bird's feathers.
Yes birds do need beaks and feathers.
The type of feathers birds have are vane, shaft, and quill.
When birds clean their feathers, it is called preening.
All birds lose their feathers,so your answer is that all birds do.
yes infact the penguin doesn't have feathers But they do. All birds have feathers of some sort.
Yes. More and more dinosaurs that are not birds are being found to have had feathers. In fact, velociraptor had feathers.
Like all birds, emus are covered with feathers. The feathers are fine and shaggy, unlike the feathers of flighted birds.
Birds use their feathers as an insulator by fluffing their feathers in winter to trap a layer of air in and around.
the same feathers as all other animals with feathers
Parrots are birds, they have feathers
No, they don't....... jk! all birds have feathers... it helps them do a lot of neat stuff
Yes. Feathers are what distinguish birds from all other animals.
All birds have feathers, and all birds have down, which are the softer, inner feathers.
Birds cannot fly at all without their feathers.
Yes...all birds have feathers...at some point in their life span... All birds have feathers when they are born, except the penguin, who gets it in while he/she grows up.
No. All birds have feathers, although they may not be as easily recognisable as the feathers of birds which can fly. The kiwi, for example, has wispy feathers that may appear to be fur, but are not.
birds have feathers and not fur because fur is heavier than feathers and would restrict them from being able to fly
All of the animals currently living on Earth that have feathers are birds, and all birds have feathers. There are fossil indications that at least some dinosaurs had feathers when they were young.
Yes. They are a bird. Birds have feathers.
Yes Ostriches have feathers; they are birds.
Birds have feathers on their skin
Animals with feathers are birds.
No, birds have feathers, lions have fur.
Of course they have feathers. They are birds after all.
Yes. Owls have feathers. Birds must have feathers to fly.
No, birds have feathers.
Most birds' feathers are fairly waterprooof. They have to preen themselves to keep them waterproof.
All birds have feathers although some, like the Ostrich, have "silken" feathers which almost look more like hair or fur.
The body covering on birds is considered the feathers, or plumage. Birds do have skin under their feathers, but their feathers are the outermost covering that protects their bodies.
Birds The only animals that have feathers are various birds. Some other animals have feathers probably, but this is basically the only animal that has feathers on it's body.
Given the volume, i is necessary to know the mass of the feathers. That will depend on the nature of the feathers - what birds and what parts of birds, and whether or not they are packed.