Hummingbirds (Trochilidae) are a bird species native to the Americas. They come in all kinds of colors. Hummingbirds are the world’s second largest family of birds with an estimated 338 species. They are specialized nectarivores. Co-evolution took place with the flowers upon which they feed. There are types of hummingbirds with specialized bill shapes for being able to reach the nectar in specific flowers.
Also there is the ‘bee hummingbird’ which is the smallest bird in the world (5 – 6,1 cm and 1,6 – 2 g).
34 of hummingbird species are threatened with extinction.
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