When birds migrate, they fly in a V. One side of the V is always longer than the other Know why?

When birds migrate, they fly in a V. One side of the V is always longer than the other. Know why?.

One side has more birds.

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When birds fly in a 'v' formation, one side is always longer.

When birds fly in a 'v' formation, one side is always longer.

After millions of dollars and thousands of hours spent researching this phenomena, scientists believe they now know why. It's because one side has more birds than the other.

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A joke my grandfather told me 40 years ago.

A joke my grandfather told me 40 years ago.

As some Canadian geese were flying overhead he pointed at them and asked me, "Do you know why that side of the V is longer than the other side? (He meant the V shape the geese were flying in as they migrated)"No", I replied after thinking about it."Because there are more geese on that side."... read more

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When you see geese flying in V formation, have you ever noticed that one side of the V is longer than the other? Well, there's a reason for that.

When you see geese flying in V formation, have you ever noticed that one side of the V is longer than the other? Well, there's a reason for that.

There are more geese on that side.

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You know how when geese fly in a “V” one side tends to be longer? Do you know why that is?

You know how when geese fly in a “V” one side tends to be longer? Do you know why that is?.

More geese on that side

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When you see geese flying to warmer a climate ever wonder why one side of the V is longer?.

When you see geese flying to warmer a climate ever wonder why one side of the V is longer?.

It's because that side has more geese.

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Have you noticed when you see geese flying and they're in a V pattern, often one side will be longer than the other?

Have you noticed when you see geese flying and they're in a V pattern, often one side will be longer than the other? Do you know why that is?

There are more geese on that side.

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