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  • Kiwi in the forest.
    Rights: Image courtesy of Ngā Manu Images Published 8 July 2010 Size: 340 KB Referencing Hub media

    Structural adaptations that kiwi have include whiskers at the base of their beak to aid in nocturnal navigation. Nostrils at the end of their beak assist them in finding food. The plumage of a kiwi enables them to blend with the undergrowth in the forest, preventing predators from detecting them by sight.

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