Answer: Raptors are birds of prey, such as eagles and hawks, etc. You can find a whole list of them here. You can see them after a short scroll down to the list if interested.
Question: What is unique about the migration pattern of the Arctic Tern?
Answer: The Arctic Tern breeds in the southern section of the Arctic, and winters along pack ice near Antarctica, 11,000 miles away. The distance it travels is greater than that of any other species of bird. At this website there are more interesting facts about them.
Question: What is unique about the migration of the Monarch Butterfly.
Answer: The Monarch Butterfly migrates over 2,000 miles from its summer home in the Northern U.S. and Southern Canada, to the mountains of central Mexico. The most fascinating facts about this story though is that the migrating butterflies have never before been to the southern winter grounds. The generation flying to the southern winter grounds was hatched in the summer grounds up north. More interesting facts can be found here. They are also in decline so this page shows you how we can help.
Question: What do birds dream about?
Answer: According to a 1998 University of Chicago study, birds dream about singing. In fact, when asleep Zebra Finches rehearse songs. (When they are awake they warble more perfectly.)
(You can read a more updated explanation here. There is a longer explanation here.)
Question: Do all dogs bark?
Answer: No. The Besenji from Central Africa yodels, chortles, growls and snarls, but never barks.