The kiwi gets its name from the call it makes, "keewee keewee".
A kiwi is a bird. It does not speak a language, but instead makes its own unique kiwi call.
If you mean the fruit and the bird both called kiwi, then it's the same in English. We still call them kiwi.
'Kiwi' is the plural and the singular (there is no 's' in Maori). 'Te kiwi' means 'the kiwi' (singular), 'Nga Kiwi' means 'the kiwi' (plural) and 'he kiwi' means 'a kiwi' or 'some kiwi'.
No. The Kiwi is a flightless bird.
Yes kiwi bird is brown
it is a bird. Kiwi isn't a mammal
A kiwi is a bird. It is a flightless bird which is native to New Zealand.
No. The kiwi is a bird.
The kiwi is a bird. It is a small, flightless bird which is native to New Zealand.
The kiwi bird is a BIRD and a kiwi fruit is a FRUIT. The only thing that is the same is that they are both brown.
Only young kiwi chicks some from a kiwi bird. The fruit known as kiwifruit is grown on a vine.
The kiwi is a native bird in the country of New Zealand.
The kiwi bird belong to the birds group
The word kiwi is pronounced "kee-wee". This, in fact, is how the bird acquired its name - its call sounds like "kee-wee".
A Kiwi is a flightless bird.
No. Kiwi do not migrate.
The bird was first called the kiwi. The fruit was named kiwi because of its resemblance to the kiwi bird.
Kiwi, the flightless bird, was named by Maori.
A kiwi is a bird. A kiwi fruit grows on a vine.
Kiwi, as in kiwifruit or kiwi bird.
Kiwi Bird & Kiwi Fruit
No. The kiwi is a bird. It has soft, shaggy feathers.
A kiwi bird is not a marsupial because it doesn't have a pouch and it is not a mammal.
The name kiwi is pronounced kee-wee. It takes its name from the call it makes, which is a high-pitched "keeee-weeee" sound.