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Italian Researchers Learn How Birds Fly Together

Italian Researchers Learn How Birds Fly Together
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As flocks of starlings descend on Rome, Italian researchers study how huge numbers of birds are able to move simultaneously.

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9:39AM PST on Jan 18, 2012

thanks for sharing :)

8:42AM PST on Jan 15, 2012

Interesting! Thanks for posting.

11:12AM PST on Jan 12, 2012

Birds, they are so interesting.

7:12AM PST on Jan 12, 2012

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.

11:23PM PST on Jan 11, 2012

Thanks.

5:18PM PST on Jan 11, 2012

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.

4:55PM PST on Jan 11, 2012

Interesting.

7:09AM PST on Jan 11, 2012

A bird of a feather flock together...

3:15AM PST on Jan 11, 2012

Keep flying, birds!

6:37PM PST on Jan 10, 2012

As long as they are not using this new knowledge for catching up the birds,with the nets! The Italians are eating lots and lots of migratory birds every year!

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