Kasaykasay: Pagkakaiba sa mga binago

Inilikha sa pagsalin ng pahinang "Kingfisher"
(Inilikha sa pagsalin ng pahinang "Kingfisher")
(Inilikha sa pagsalin ng pahinang "Kingfisher")
[[Talaksan:White-throated_kingfisher_BNC.jpg|thumb|White-throated kingfisher sa India]]
[[Talaksan:Kingfisher_@_madya_pradesh.JPG|thumb|Kingfisher sa Madhya pradesh]]
'''Ang Kasaykasay'''  ay pangkat ng mga maliliit hanggang katamtamang laking mga makukulay na ibon sa order na Coraciiformes. TheyMalawak haveang asakop cosmopolitanng distributionkanilang pagkakakalat, withna mostkaramihan speciesng founduri outsideay ofmatatagpuan thesa Americas.labas Theng groupkontinente isng treateddalawang eitherAmerica. asAng apangkat singleay [[Pamilyaitinuturing (biyolohiya)|family]]na isang pamilya, ang Alcedinidae, oro asbilang amababang suborderuri bilang '''Alcedines''' na containingmay threetatlong familiespamilya, ang mga Alcedinidae (riverkasaykasay kingfisherssa ilog), mga Halcyonidae (treekasaykasay kingfisherssa katihan), andat mga Cerylidae (watermga kasaykasay sa kingfisherstubigan). There are roughly 90 species of kingfisher. All have large heads, long, sharp, pointed bills, short legs, and stubby tails. Most species have bright plumage with little differences between the sexes. Most species are tropical in distribution, and a slight majority are found only in forests. They consume a wide range of prey as well as fish, usually caught by swooping down from a perch. While kingfishers are usually thought to live near rivers and eat fish, most of the kingfisher species in the world live away from water and eat small invertebrates. Like other members of their order they nest in cavities, usually tunnels dug into the natural or artificial banks in the ground. A quarter of all kingfishers nest in disused termite nests. A few species, principally insular forms, are threatened with extinction. In Britain, the word 'kingfisher' normally refers to the common kingfisher.