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Birds are believed to be a transcendence of the soul: spirits, divine manifestations, symbols of the air, ascendants to heavens and are said to have the ability to communicate with the gods. To many nations and cultures, birds are perceived as divine. There are many types of birds all over the world and every person has at least one bird that is true to their heart. For many gardeners it is the humming bird; delicately fluttering from flower to flower, for others it may be that favorite pet canary or an African gray parrot.
Birds are renowned for their beauty and the fact that they can fly.
Birds are warm-blooded vertebrate animals that have wings, feathers, a beak, no teeth, strong, hollow bones, a skeleton in which many bones are fused together or are absent, powerful flight muscles, and an extremely efficient, one-way breathing system.
Most birds can fly. Birds have a very strong heart and an efficient way of breathing - these are necessary for birds to fly. Birds also use a lot of energy while flying and need to eat a lot of food to power their flight.
Not all flying animals are birds; and not all birds can fly. The ability to fly has developed independently many times throughout the history of the Earth. Bats (flying mammals), pterosaurs (flying reptiles from the time of the dinosaurs), and flying insects are not birds.
The peacock represents immorality, longevity and love. A natural symbol of the stars and sky. To the Chinese peacocks represents dignity, rank and beauty. The peacock was also the emblem of the Ming dynasty. The hand painted porcelain plate is detailed in delicate colors show casing the peacock and its beauty, be sure to check it out if your a fan of the peacock!