May 24, 2022

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The bird traveled a record 13000 km non-stop to Australia

Highlights of the story

  • The bird flew relentlessly and set the record
  • The size of this bird, Godwit, is like a fighter plane.

Usually long-haul planes have to land once when flying, but a bird has taken such a flight knowing that you will be stunned. In fact a bird has traveled 12,874 km non-stop from Alaska to Australia.

The bar-tailed Godwit is comparable in size to a fighter plane. With this relentless journey, the bird has once again broken its world record.

Explain that the tracker was used to measure the speed and distance in the body of the bird. A small solar-powered satellite tracker was mounted on the bird. The bird left the United States on September 17, flew 239 hours and landed 10 days later.

Godwit broke the world record by flying non-stop from Alaska to New Zealand last year. Weighing in at 400 grams, the bird is known around the world for its long flight and eats insects in its diet.

Scientists say the bird’s shape resembles a flying fighter plane, with long pointed wings giving it the ability to fly fast in the air.

According to the information, this bird does not eat or drink anything during the journey. This bird has flown several thousand kilometers before, a record.

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