FW: Answering an Age Old Mystery: How do Birds Actually Fly?

To: Geoffrey Dabb <>
Subject: FW: Answering an Age Old Mystery: How do Birds Actually Fly?
From: Martin Butterfield via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2022 05:39:10 +0000
If they are flattened they should have less wind resistance!

On Tue, 15 Feb 2022 at 13:29, Geoffrey Dabb <> wrote:

Thank you, Tony


I am sure the Chinese will be able to fix this small problem   -


Lowi-Merri: The thing about fossil birds is that a lot of them are flattened into rock slabs. But there are so many amazing bird fossils, especially from China …. And so they will have to be studied a little bit differently because they may not be able to put them in a three dimensional context



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