The frigate, or shipbird, is scientifically known as: (Fregata) is one of the medium-sized seabirds, of the frigates in the order of pelicans, whose daily diet consists of fish, squid and jelly fish.Our friend spreads frigates along the tropical, subtropical and coastal ocean.
Information about the frigate
This is practically a winged ship. It takes off over the oceans, flying for days without stopping. It has a wing that extends two meters long and does not exceed one kilogram. This explains its ability to fly and how it can outperform most other seabirds in the subject of endurance. As soon as another bird has caught a prey, it is pursued and continues to attack until the other bird gives up a fist of fish. The sea pirate then strikes a dramatic swoop and grabs the fish with its long, curved beak before it hits the water, but sometimes it is self-employed. Without That gets wet.
It turns red and swells during the mating season, which attracts the admiration of the female.After mating, the male and the female build their nest at a high point on the sea coast.When the female lays an egg (or two eggs at most), it is the duty of the male to lie on her. It is puffy and changes color to orange.