Description: Hummingbirds are among the rainforest’s busiest animals. Flying at the rate of 40 miles an hour, the hummingbird travels from plant to plant, drinking nectar. This video lesson explains the many characteristics of rainforest Hummingbirds, including their ability to see near ultra-violet light and how that helps them pollinate flowers.
This video is a life sciences lesson from EdTechLens that explains the many characteristics of rainforest Hummingbirds, including their ability to see near ultra-violet light and how that helps them pollinate flowers.
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