Italian Researchers Learn How Birds Fly Together

As flocks of starlings descend on Rome, Italian researchers study how huge numbers of birds are able to move simultaneously.

Italian Researchers Learn How Birds Fly Together
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63 comments

Warren Webber
Warren Webber2 years ago

Live long and prosper!

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Carrie Anne Brown

thanks for sharing :)

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Kiana Siino
Kiana S5 years ago

Interesting! Thanks for posting.

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Sarkku V.
Sarkku V5 years ago

Birds, they are so interesting.

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Daniela S.
Daniela S5 years ago

First of all starlings is a protected species here in Italy in spite of the big damages they can cause to the humans and the environment. Second, Pinkie A. should get the right information before posting such a comment here. We Italians don't eat lots of migratory birds every year, I know it because I'm Italian.

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Winn Adams
Winn A5 years ago

Thanks.

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Lois K.
Lois K5 years ago

Ewww, all that poop! Hope there's a good, strong rain soon after they land, to wash all that away. It can't be healthy for humans and pets.

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jayasri amma
jayasri amma5 years ago

Interesting.

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Teresa Wlosowicz
Teresa W5 years ago

A bird of a feather flock together...

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Jose Ramon Fisher Rodrigu

Keep flying, birds!

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