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Collective nouns for pelicans are: a brief of pelicans a colony of pelicans a pod of pelicans a pouch of pelicans a raft of pelicans a rookery of pelicans a scoop of pelicans a squadron of pelicans
*they are white *they eat fish *they are birds *they love me *they fly *they will eat your eyes out -thank you
pelicans are the young ones
No... Pelicans are birds - not reptiles !
a pelicans habitat is in small islands
"Pelicans" is a plural noun.
Pelicans are birds and, like all birds, they are vertebrates. Pelicans have a backbone and an internal skeleton.
A group of pelicans is called a pod.
no No, Pelicans are not extinct, but there is a type of pelican that is endangered.
pelicans are hunted for their beaks or their meat or both.
yes. pelicans are birds so they have wings
Lahti Pelicans was created in 1945.
Pelicans at the Zoo was created in 1898.
Pelicans will sit on top of the water like a duck or a seagull. I've seen them do it. Type pelicans in google images.
Sharks and orcas are known to prey upon pelicans. Coyotes will also prey upon adult pelicans.
pelicans are white they have feathers are long and medium
technically pelicans do cry but they cry though there noses!!
Brown pelicans can walk like a pelican.
Pelicans can eat a lot of food you know.
The animals that hunt down the pelicans for food, they are called the predators and the pelicans are the prey(food) the actual predetor of a pelican is a shark.
American crocodiles and sharks prey on brown pelicans.
No, pelicans are not cold blooded. They are warm blooded mammals.
In China Camp, San Rafael, the pelicans were endangered in the past.
yes pelicans have webbed feet. It helps them in the water.
No, pelicans live near inland or coastal water.
yes pelicans have tails so that they can chew the food like you.
New Iberia Pelicans was created in 1948.
Bay Area Pelicans was created in 1977.
Myrtle Beach Pelicans was created in 1998.
pelicans does have tails. so if they don't have tails they can't fly of course.
I think that there is just a few people that like pelicans
yes pelicans are solitary which means the live alone
No. Pelicans are birds. Like all birds, they have feathers and lay eggs.
There are no wild pelicans in Ireland, so they would only be seen in captivity.
Yes, pelicans have been known to eat pigeons if they're nearby. Pelicans normally eat fish, but eating pigeons are getting quite often.
In some states it is legal to hunt pelicans only in certain months of the year.
Pelicans are rare visitors along the New Jersey coast, but they are seen there.
there is about 26 thousand pelicans left in the world and they are still multipling
Pelicans eat just fish (not just any meat).
The pelicans prey is mainly fish. It does it krill and other small objects that live in the sea.
Pelicans use their pouch to capture water and prey. Pelicans then will strain the water out of their pouch by squeezing, letting the water drain out from their beaks and be left with the food captured inside.
Australian Pelicans often feed as a cooperative group known as pods, scoops or squadrons.
In Halo 3 most Pelicans have Machine Gun Turrets.
pelicans can fly up to 50 to 100 mph by:steven miller and Patrick enke
Pelicans basic food are fish. They will eat small crabs if they find them crawling on the beach.
Pelicans are warm blooded, just like all the other birds.
Pelicans are birds. Therefore, like all birds, they have a body covering of feathers.
Alexis Ajinca is number 42 on the New Orleans Pelicans.
Anthony Davis is number 23 on the New Orleans Pelicans.