Gallery description : pictures of robins

Robin (erithacus rubecula) is an animal of the bird type. It usually inhabits woodland, farmland and hedgerows. The weight of this animal is about 16g - 22g (0.5oz - 0.7oz) and average life span is 1 - 3 years. Cats, dogs, raccoon, foxes predators are the dangerous creatures for robins. Look up the table below for more information.

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Facts about robins
NameRobin
HabitatWoodland, farmland and hedgerows
Wing Span20cm - 22cm (8in - 9in)
Top Speed29km/h (18mph)
Weight16g - 22g (0.5oz - 0.7oz)
Main PreyWorms, insects, fruit, berries
Life Span1 - 3 years
Average Clutch Size4
Size (L)12.5cm - 14cm (5in - 5.5in)
Distinctive FeaturesSmall body size and bright red chest of males
KingdomAnimalia
OrderPasseriformes
Conservation StatusThreatened
TypeBird
ColourBrown, white, orange
PredatorsCats, dogs, raccoon, foxes
DietOmnivore
PhylumChordata
FamilyMuscicapidae
GenusErithacus
Scientific NameErithacus rubecula
LifestyleSolitary
Skin TypeFeathers
ClassAves
Image Details
Description Pictures of robins. Michigan artist Russell Cobane’s Springtime Robins
Width 1160 pixels
Heigh 832 pixels
File type JPG
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