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Tuesday, February 23, 2021

The World's Largest Winged Bird, With Wingspan of 21 Feet

 The World's Largest Winged Bird, With Wingspan of 21 Feet

There are many wonders in the world, which open the mouth to see. The world is full of very strange things. Among these same strange things, American scientists discovered that the remains of a giant bird are black, which was found in the world about 50 million years ago. Recently this bird has disappeared from many animals that lived on Earth thousands of years ago, but are no longer alive. But while searching, fossils of some of them have definitely been found.

With the latest discovery, scientists have discovered that the wings of a bird that has been discovered are 21 feet long.

Scientists report that fossils recovered from Antarctica in the 1980s represent the oldest giant members of an extinct group of birds migrating to the South Seas. Of the birds that migrate at sea, the roaming albatross is said to be the largest flying bird, and its wings are the longest of all birds, with one wing extending up to 11 1/2 feet.


સંપૂર્ણ માહિતી ગુજરાતીમાં વાંચો

Research on these birds, known as pelagornithids, has found that space-like albatrosses today have traveled extensively in Earth's oceans for at least 60 million years. Scientists at the University of California in the United States have reported that pelagornithid birds grew rapidly in size after dinosaurs became extinct and roamed the oceans for many years. It is said that these birds have been flying over the sea for many weeks.

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