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VIDEO: Study shows birds flying in formation flap together

Malcolm Ritter, The Associated Press
Jan 15 2014 - 6:12pm

NEW YORK -- The next time you see birds flying in a V, consider this: A new study says they choreograph the flapping of their wings with exquisite precision to help them on their way.That's what scientists concluded after tracking a group of large black birds -- each equipped with a tiny GPS device -- that had been trained to follow an ultralight...

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Scientists discover pre-T.Rex dino in Utah

Malcolm Ritter, The Associated Press
Nov 22 2013 - 12:28pm

NEW YORK -- Scientists have discovered a killer dinosaur that roamed in what is now Utah some 100 million years ago. Experts say the discovery provides insight into the top predators in North America before T. rex showed up.The two-legged beast was more than 30 feet long and weighed more than 4 tons. It helps fill a gap in the fossil record of...

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VIDEO: Study shows birds flying in formation flap together

Malcolm Ritter, The Associated Press
Jan 15 2014 - 6:12pm

NEW YORK -- The next time you see birds flying in a V, consider this: A new study says they choreograph the flapping of their wings with exquisite precision to help them on their way.That's what scientists concluded after tracking a group of large black birds -- each equipped with a tiny GPS device -- that had been trained to follow an ultralight...

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VIDEO: Study shows birds flying in formation flap together

Malcolm Ritter, The Associated Press
Jan 15 2014 - 6:12pm

NEW YORK -- The next time you see birds flying in a V, consider this: A new study says they choreograph the flapping of their wings with exquisite precision to help them on their way.That's what scientists concluded after tracking a group of large black birds -- each equipped with a tiny GPS device -- that had been trained to follow an ultralight...

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