Interesting theory......I would say that birds have wings mainly as an aid to almost evrything they do. Carnivorous birds need their wings to swoop down on smaller birds. All birds( that have wings and are capable of flying) use their wings to evade predators and humans. They use them to hunt, to migrate, to collect materials for their nests....many things would not be available to brids if they did not have wings, and most of those things neccesary, hence the answer. They just need them.
All birds do have wings. For birds like Penguins, the wings have turned into flippers.
Because they are birds. All birds have wings.
Insects wings are not supported by bones as it does happen in birds.
Yes. Takahe are birds, and all birds have wings. Even flightless birds have wings, though they are of little or no use.
No, birds have lungs in their chest cavity not their wings.
Two, all birds have two wings.
No, insects and bats have wings and neither of them are birds.
Birds wings are just like humans arms. And you don't see humans having 4 arms. Birds have two wings.
All birds have wings: even flightless birds have wings, though they may be useless for flight. All birds also have legs.
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Pigeons are birds and have wings.
Yes. All birds have wings, including the flightless ones.
No. Chickens are birds and like all birds they have wings. The wings are the actual chicken's wings, not baby chickens.
No, both 'birds' and 'wings' are nouns, the plural form of the nouns 'bird' and 'wing'.A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. The pronouns that take the place of the nouns 'birds' or 'wings' are they as a subject, and them as an object in a sentence.If you are trying to say 'the wings of the bird', then the noun 'bird' must be in the possessive form to show that the wings belong to the bird: the bird's wings.Or, if you mean 'the wings of the birds', you need the plural possessive form for the plural noun birds: the birds' wings.
so that birds can fly
The have wings, they can fly, they have wings, they have beaks, and they have wings.
if you use the birds DNA, then yes, as the birds DNA doesn't say *no wings*
The possessive form is the birds' wings.
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Two Birds with the Wings of One was created in 2006.
because without wings, the birds would not be-able to fly and it would be easier for things to kill them.
all birds have wings
because if birds fell in water, their wings would be too heavy to fly.