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Bird Structure and Function loading

Birds are highly adapted for flight and possess hollow bones and very large pectoral muscles.

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  • Real World Application
    Birds to Boeing

    Birds to Boeing

    by David Ewart, Jr. //basic

    For millions of years birds have ruled the air. With 9000 varieties that's a lot to get your feathers ruffled about. But, similarly so has aeronautics. Humans have studied our feathered friends and developed a variety of models to do the same...FLY!

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