VIDEO: Female Loon Landing on Lake

The video is all about the female loon landing so efficiently on the lake. She has got the natural talent but humans are very much inspired from the landing and they have taken the natural idea into the made aero planes that land on the ground in similar basis. Let me give you a little idea about the bird they are actually aquatic birds and mostly found in North America and northern Eurasia. They belong to three family’s genus Gavia, family Gaviidae and order Gaviiformes.

They are actually supreme swimmers and also they can catch the fish very easily because their legs located well back on their sleek bodies. They can also dive to the depth of 200 meters because of their dense bones.
They look like a duck when they are swimming and both the male and female loons have identical plumage. If we talk about the appearance they have red eyes, greenish black head, long tapered beak and black and white checkerboard plumage. They are approximately 25 inches tall and weigh around 8 to 11 pounds. They are divided into four categories namely Common, Arctic, Yellow billed and Red throated loon.

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VIDEO: Female Loon Landing in Lake North America

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