Gallery description : galapagos blue footed booby

Booby (sula nebouxii) is an animal of the bird type. It usually lives in subtropical and tropical islands. The weight of this animal is about 0.9kg -1.8kg (2lbs - 3.9lbs) and lives for 12 - 17 years. Human, owls, birds of prey are the dangerous creatures for biess. Look up the table below for more information.

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Facts about boobys
NameBooby
Wing Span130cm - 155cm (51in - 61in)
Top Speed97km/h (60mph)
Weight0.9kg -1.8kg (2lbs - 3.9lbs)
ColourBrown, black, white, grey
Average Clutch Size2
FamilySulidae
ClassAves
DietCarnivore
PredatorsHuman, owls, birds of prey
TypeBird
OrderPelecaniformes
Size (H)64cm - 91cm (25in - 36in)
KingdomAnimalia
Distinctive FeaturesLarge body size and brightly coloured feet
HabitatSubtropical and tropical islands
PhylumChordata
GenusSula
Life Span12 - 17 years
LifestyleFlock
Main PreyFlying fish, sardines, anchovies, squid
Scientific NameSula nebouxii
Skin TypeFeathers
Conservation StatusLeast concern
Image Details
Description Galapagos blue footed booby. An aerial view of the Islands. (Source: http://www.hdwp.net )
Width 1520 pixels
Heigh 1091 pixels
File type JPG
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