Imagine the world if you had to bang your head on the wall every time you wanted to eat your food. Well, it would have certainly given you a headache.🥴 But would you believe us if we tell you that there is a bird which actually does this? Let’s check it out.🤓

Woodpeckers are birds, well-known for pecking the wood of trees🌳 with their pointed beaks. They do this in search🔍 of food or to create nests inside the trees.

There are about 200 different species of woodpeckers worldwide😮 and are found every place in the world except Australia, New Zealand, and the extreme polar regions. (Globe🌍 time!!!)

The average lifespan is from 4 to 12 years in the wild, depending on the species.🙂 The diet of woodpeckers consists mainly of insect larvae and eggs, tree sap, seed, nuts, etc.👍

Fun Facts

👉 Woodpecker is able to peck 20 times per second. It produces between 10,000 and 12,000 pecks per day.🤯

👉 The most common colours🎨 for all woodpeckers are black, white, red and yellow. A few species also have orange, green, brown, maroon and gold in their coloration.

👉 Their feet have 4 fingers, two facing forward and two backward. This arrangement ensures a strong grip on the branches and provides stability.👍

You can refer to the video🤓