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Maybe geese fly in a V shape to tell us what direction they're going, amirite?

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So if you saw a lone bird flying you couldn't tell which direction it was traveling in?

motorbikemillys avatar motorbikemilly Yeah You Are +5Reply

... Vest?

Openeyess avatar Openeyes Yeah You Are +4Reply

One line of the V is always longer than the other, but very few people know why:

Because it has more birds in it.

cjcusacks avatar cjcusack Yeah You Are +3Reply

You can see the direction just by watching them fly no matter what shape

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