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American Dragon Jake Long: Attack of the Dark Dragon
Battle a powerful dragon as you live the adventure of Disney's new cartoon hero!In American Dragon: Jake Long Attack of the Dark Dragon you'll become the American Dragon from the hit Disney cartoon. Jake Long an ordinary thirteen-year-old Chinese American boy living in New York City but Jake also has a secret: He's the American Dragon. Jake is a descendant of a long line of dragons and it is his duty to protect the community of magical creatures secretly living in New York City.Format: NINTENDO DS Genre: CHILDREN Rating: E - Everyone UPC: 712725002565 Manufacturer No: 00256
Male & Female Eclectus Parrots
************ Thanks everyone - this pic made Explore #85 on June 25 2007 ********** Male is the green, female is the red and blue. Gorgeous colours! Impossibly beautiful Australian native tropical parrots! The colours are absolutely stunning! I first thought these eclectus parrots were soft toys! They were perfectly used to people, only metres away. The eclectus parrot is most unusual for having such differential colour schemes between male and female. The male is bright green with blue and red patches, and the female is crimson with a blue belly. Their feet are very unusual; the two outer toes of the foot point backward and the two inner toes point forward. This gives the parrot an extremely powerful grasp so it can manipulate objects close to its bill. These birds are tree dwellers and live around lowland in tropical areas. Eclectus Parrots are strong fliers and fly high above the forest canopy. In the day time they fly in pairs or small parties in search of fruits, nuts, nectar and leaf buds. In the evening they engage in display flights before they gather in groups of about 80 birds to roost for the night. Body length: (beak to tail) Males: 420–480mm; Females: 400–450mm Wing span: Males: 900mm; Females: 890mm Weight: 615g Scientific name: Eclectus roratus macgillivrayi (Gk. eklektikos = select, pick out, L. rorare = bedewed, macgillivrayi = after the ornithologist who discovered the species in Queensland) Eclectus roratus macgillivrayi is the largest of twelve subspecies of eclectus parrot. Plumage between the sexes is markedly different, even in juveniles. Males are predominantly emerald green, with scarlet red on the sides of the abdomen extending across the underwing, and dusky feathers on the remainder of the underwing. The upper wing is emerald green with blue outer feathers. The tail is emerald green on the upper side, fading to light blue with a white tip, and on the underside the tail is grey-black with a yellow tip. The lower beak is black, and the upper beak is orange fading to yellow at the tip. The eye is orange-red in colour with a grey eye-ring. Females have a scarlet-red head and neck, with a darker red tail and back. The upper side of the wings are dark red on the inside half and blue on the outer half. Under the wing is dusky with a vivid purple-blue band that continues under the body and around the back of the neck. A purple-blue ring surrounds the yellow eye, and the upper and lower beak is black. Both sexes have a short, square tail. Habitat and distribution: Eclectus roratus macgillivrayi is endemic to Queensland (only lives in Queensland) and is the only subspecies on mainland Australia, with one other subspecies, E. r. polychloros, found in the Torres Strait islands. All other subspecies are located in Indonesia, New Guinea, and several Pacific islands. The eclectus parrot is found in one region in Queensland, the Iron and McIlwraith ranges of eastern Cape York Peninsula. They mainly inhabit the interior and edges of lowland rainforest; however they can also be found in the higher rainforest regions. Diet: The diet consists of fruit, nuts, seeds, flowers and nectar, obtained from the tree canopy. Great flight aviary, Melbourne Zoo, Parkville, Victoria, Australia
Taking off after sunset…
The starling is a familiar bird famed for its ability to mimic the calls of other birds and the mechanical noises in its varied repertoire of song. A starling looks black at a distance but when seen closer it is very glossy with a sheen of purple and green. Starling From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Starlings are small to medium-sized passerine birds in the family Sturnidae. The name "Sturnidae" comes from the Latin word for starling, sturnus. Starlings occur naturally in the Old World, from Europe, Asia and Africa, to northern Australia and the islands of the tropical Pacific. Several European and Asian species have been introduced to these areas as well as North America, Hawaii and New Zealand, where they generally compete for habitat with native birds and are considered to be invasive species. The starling species familiar to most people in Europe and North America is the European Starling, and throughout much of Asia and the Pacific the Common Myna is indeed common. Starlings have strong feet, their flight is strong and direct, and they are very gregarious. Their preferred habitat is fairly open country, and they eat insects and fruit. Several species live around human habitation, and are effectively omnivores. Many species search for food by opening the bill after probing it into dense vegetation; this behavior is called "open-bill probing" or is referred to by the German word "zirkeln". Plumage is typically dark with a metallic sheen. Most species nest in holes, laying blue or white eggs. Many Asian species, particularly the larger ones, are called mynas, and many African species are known as glossy starlings because of their iridescent plumage. Starlings have diverse and complex vocalizations, and have been known to embed sounds from their surroundings into their own calls, including car alarms, and human speech patterns. The birds can recognize particular individuals by their calls, and are currently the subject of research into the evolution of human language.
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In post-World War II Germany, a small boy who survived Auschwitz wanders alone - feral, mute and terrified. He finds a makeshift home with a big-hearted GI, while the mother he does not remember searches desperately for him. Starring a then-unknown Montgomery Clift in his movie debut, directed in a near-documentary style by Fred Zinnemann and filmed in the ragged, rubble-strewn skeleton of Nuremberg, The Search vividly captures the horrifying human cost of war. This milestone of filmmaking won two 1948 Academy Awards(r): Best Motion Picture Story and a special award to Ivan Jandl for his haunting performance as the lost child.
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