i want the reply ASAP
“To be able to fly, flamingos must run just a few paces to collect velocity. This velocity will not be associated to the bottom however moderately to the air, so that they often take off going through into the wind.”
“1. To take off, a flamingo runs a number of steps, begins flapping its wings, and lifts into the air. When touchdown, the process is reversed: the chook touches down after which runs a number of paces.
2. A flamingo flies with its head and neck stretched out in entrance and its legs trailing behind.
3. Flight velocity of a flock of flamingos can attain 50 to 60 kph (31-37 mph).
4. Flamingos have been identified to fly 500 to 600 km (311-373 mi.) every evening between habitats.”
Thus…they do not ‘run’ very a lot, per se. I would think about it is not very quick, although…possibly 10 to fifteen mph or one thing like that…although that is only a guess. I doubt you will discover a solution to that on-line, because it will not be identified or could not have been measured.
I could not discover and precise quantity about working, however on the backside of this web page has how briskly they will fly~
Right here is different animals’ speeds.
pshhh clearly not very quick… they’re all the time linked to metallic stakes within the floor in entrance of somebody’s yard
i dont know. you must strive asking a flamingo
4 000 mph
none of your buisness you soiled sanchez
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