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How does a bird fly?

11.1k DPSAircraftManufacturer  2 months ago
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    6,984 Diloph

    Yep@DPSAircraftManufacturer

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    @Diloph hoooo ok

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    6,984 Diloph

    It means it’s neat@DPSAircraftManufacturer

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    @Diloph???

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    6,984 Diloph

    Neato

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    Np.@DPSAircraftManufacturer

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    @AerialFighterSnakes Thank you

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    @Supernovaboss504 good

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    @DPSAircraftManufacturer now I know what I was doing wrong my plane looked like a plane not a bird

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    Actually the fastest bird is the Peregrine Falcon. It can reach speeds up to 240 mph in a dive, which is also know as a stoop.@Imashovel

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    Birds fly by flapping their wings. They flap their wings to push air down which in turn pushes them into the air. They also use their entire body to guide their turns, even their heads. Feel free to correct me if I’m wrong.

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    @Stormfur
    I can't explain it by words!

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    4,842 Stormfur

    How do plane fly?

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    4,842 Stormfur

    How do planes fly?

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    @Imashovel Please, it's a physics test!!
    It's not just a physics test, it's also a test of creating electric engines!!! Moreover it is a large bird, obvious that its speed will also be great!!

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    @Axartar I'm going to improve

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    12.3k Axartar

    @DPSAircraftManufacturer well done! you could use pistons on a cycle instead of hinges btw. anyway @jamesPLANESii is kinda right but not really flap is a different motion its a sort of curve or circular motion. but james most of the other movement is stabilisation which in this example were on the wings. hope this is helpful

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    2,867 Imashovel

    I did not know that birds can fly up to 400 mph!!!

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    @jamesPLANESii
    I know!!
    But it is very interesting your behaviour in flight!!!

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    Not like this lol
    As in, birds do more than just flap their wings up and down when they flap lol

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    @BlueCitrus

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    @Supernovaboss504

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