Swifts in Flight

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by hartmanjacob
Last updated 4 years ago

Discipline:
Science
Subject:
Animals
Grade:
6

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Swifts in Flight

The thrust, lift, drag and weight of the swift

Flight adaptations of the swift:-It has weak legs so it flies almost always-They have long, sleek wings that make flying easier and less tiring-They can change there body shape to increase there maneuverability at faster speeds

Swifts only stop flying to reproduce.. They can fly up to 6 months straight.

Swift in flight

Swift

Swifts in flight

A swift skims the water for bugs to eat

The swift can fly at speeds of 180km/h!

Video of swift calling in flight

Sources:Wikipedia.orgcommonswift.orgGoogle Imagesyoutube

The swift can fly over 200 000 km in a year!

Swifts flap most the time, but do glide for a few seconds while in flight

This is a picture of two baby swifts


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