Bird of the Week: The Bee Hummingbird
Hello, Reader. Welcome back to The Bird Inspector. This week we would like to introduce you to the Bee Humming Bird. The name may be confusing to you, Reader, so allow me to explain; the bee and the humming bird pictured above are two separate entities. Do you understand? This is not a photograph of one creature who's name is The Bee Hummingbird. This is a picture of two creatures, one of them is a Bumblebee and the other is The Bee Hummingbird. Have I made the situation clear to you, Reader? Please vote on this poll if to show me you understand. Okay, now that we've gotten that out of the way, let's talk about the bird. It is very small. It is so small, in fact, that it's the smallest bird in existence. To demonstrate this to you I would like you to participate in this exercise with me: Picture the smallest person you know. Now picture someone half as tall as that. Pretty short, huh? Well that person is even bigger then this bird, and actually is still bigger than as lot of birds.
Thank you for Inspecting this Bird of the Week and I hope to see you again soon. Also, I would like to apologize to you, Reader. A lot of the time I assume that you don't understand very basic concepts, but I wouldn't do it if I wasn't getting so many emails from confused people all the time.