Re: V formation
On Sun, 04 Jun 2006 03:38:18 GMT, Warren <juny57@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Did ya ever notice that one leg of the "V" formation is almost always
longer than the other?
Do you know why?
It's because there is an even number of birds in the skein. An odd
number will have equal length legs.
Think about it.
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