Discover the secret of a Humming bird.

Philippines
February 20, 2013 9:30pm CST
This is a picture of a wonderful humming bird. This creature has the ability to collect nectar rapidly and efficiently through its tiny tongue. You will be amaze because according to one magazine I read, the hummingbird does not dissipate energy by sucking a flower’s nectar into its mouth. When a humming bird’s tongue makes contact with nectar, the surface of the liquid forces the bird’s tongue to curl into the shape of a tiny straw, and the nectar is drawn upward. In that way, the hummingbird avoids unnecessary endeavor by letting the nectar force itself up the straw and toward the mouth. They can also refill their tongue with nectar up to 20 times a second during feeding. Wow! That’s astounding and in that way we can conclude that this bird was designed by a loving Creator not by chance. Do you agree? ^_^. According to Professor Mark Denny of Stanford University, in California, U.S.A. observes: “The combination of engineering, physics, and applied math is just wonderful… If you took any engineer or applied mathematician and told them to design a way for a bird to get water from its beak to its mouth, they wouldn’t have thoughts of this one.”
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@subhojit10 (7382)
• India
21 Feb 13
Thanks a ton for sharing this discussion. Well that is indeed an astounding fact that u have presented about the hummingbird, in fact i had never had that much of an idea about such amazing birds. although they are very small but their actions are very fast and quick. They are of course magical for our nature. What say?
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• Philippines
4 Mar 13
Thank for the compliments friend. I was moved to share this information because sometimes we ignore little things in life and the fact they are amazing..... Thank you so much for sharing your idea. Have a great day and enjoy posting!
@jenny1015 (13389)
• Philippines
21 Feb 13
This is an interesting post. Thanks for sharing with us.
• Philippines
4 Mar 13
Thank you jenny. I hope you have a good day! Enjoy posting!
@dainy1313 (2354)
• Leon, Mexico
21 Feb 13
They are really lovely creatures, I love to see them around. Soon spring will be bringing them blossom flowers to catch.
• Philippines
4 Mar 13
wow I envy you! I hope there is spring in my country.... Many people love spring! It seems interesting to see different birds and flowers blossoms... Thanks for sharing friend!
@redredrose (1107)
• United States
21 Feb 13
I never knew any of the info you gave in this discussion. This is a very interesting discussion and very informative. Thank you for the info and for the interesting discussion. I always learn something new everyday on my lot.
• Philippines
4 Mar 13
Hi redredrose Thanks friend. Yeah you are right staying here in mylot will give us more wonderful information. Thanks for the compliments friend.. Have a great day and enjoy posting..!
@nyssa102 (748)
• United States
24 Mar 13
That is really a good post. Full of much information and detail. I'll have to check out more of your posts! Hummingbirds are very beautiful, and interesting creatures, so thank you for giving us some unexpected information!
@roshigo58 (4871)
• Pune, India
14 Mar 13
Hi, Thank you for sharing interesting information about hummingbirds. Our building is surrounded by many big trees. We can observe many birds through our window. Really I enjoy watching them. I think these are the small wonders of nature.