Animalia Chordata Aves

Aves (Linnaeus, 1758) or birds are birds and bird-like creatures.

  • Accipitriformes (birds of prey which kill their prey with their hooked talons)
  • Anseriformes (web-footed, typically aquatic birds)
  • Apodiformes (small birds with naked, scaleless legs unsuitable for walking)
  • Apteriformes (wingless birds which do not fall under gryphons or real-world taxa)
  • Apterygiformes (flightless birds with long thin beaks and whiskered faces)
  • Cillopteriformes (sometimes beakless early-creature-like birds with membranous wings that look like cilia parts)
  • Dinornithiformes (large herbivorous birds without even vestigial wings)
  • Falconiformes (birds of prey which kill their prey with their beaks)
  • Galliformes (heavy-bodied ground-feeding birds)
  • Gastornithiformes (large flightless fowl, which were likely herbivorous in life)
  • Gryphoformes (chimeric birds with at least four non-wing limbs, based on mythological gryphons and similar creatures)
  • Opisthocomiformes (Often herbivorous, prehistoric-looking flying birds which have hands on their wings)
  • Passeriformes (small perching birds known for their songs which typically have three toes pointing forward and one pointing back)
  • Pelecaniformes (typically fish-eating waterbirds most well-known for including pelicans and their relatives)
  • Psittaciformes (tropical birds with strong curved beaks)
  • Sphenisciformes (penguins and penguin-like birds, which are aquatic flightless birds)
  • Strigiformes (generally nocturnal birds of prey with large eyes and round faces, known for looking "wise")
  • Struthioniformes (ostriches and ostrich-like birds, which cannot fly and typically have two-toed feet)


Kimic (Apteryx viridi caudatus)

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