Thursday, September 22, 2011

Differences Between Canaries and Non-Canaries

For those who have been following the Mimi-Pompipo saga, it has been confirmed by google. the late Mimi and Pompipo are most probably perulines. And they eat insects. Canaries eat grain. They are less yellow than I might have lead you to believe. All the same, the breast is yellow. They are canary-like, without being canaries. The most prominent difference between the non-canary and the canary is the shape of the beak. A canary has a slightly more massive beak with a slight curve like that of a budgie, whilst a non-canary has a more pointed sharp beak and sharper features.

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