What threats do the blue-footed booby face?
Habitat loss and egg collecting currently threaten the species.
How does a female blue-footed booby choose a mate?
Females often choose a mate with the brightest feet; the bluer the feet, the more attractive the mate.
Where does the blue-footed booby lay its eggs?
Blue-footed boobies lay eggs on the ground without a nest.
Arid, tropical and subtropical islands off the Pacific coast of South America
Habitat loss, egg collecting
Blue-footed boobies use their vibrant blue feet in a showy mating dance ritual.
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