You are a special person born with bird wings how do you use them?
If I was born with bird wings, I would get them coated in a really light metal, probably titanium, and then I would fly around the world, stopping at my favorite destinations. Then when I got home, I would rent myself out as transportation for people who don't want to drive or walk. I would make a lot of money but I would probably become crippled from the strain flying with cargo would put on my back.
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Penguins use their wings to swim, also they are the fastest swimming birds
shut up why would you want to know fattie lay ff the doritos
Most birds use their wings for flight. Some of the flightless birds, or birds which do not fly much, may use their wings just for balance, especially when perching (e.g. chick…ens). For some flightless birds such as the kiwi, their wings appear to be without purpose.
other than to eat? I don't know.
The tiny, rudimentary wings of a kiwi do not appear to be used for any purpose.
The Mark Spitz, named after the olympic swimmer
most birds don't but the penguin does NekoChibi-chan: No, birds (as in ducks and geese) have very oily feather so they don't get wet. They use their legs to propel them thr…ough the water. When they become upset, they do "fly over the water and splash around with their wings a bit.
Any person who feels enslaved or trapped.
Mostly for flight.
Flightless birds may use their wings in any of the following ways: . Balance . Temperature control, e.g. cooling in hot weather and warmth in cold weather . Protection of… the ribcage during falls . Display during mating rituals . Defence: they may use them to scare predators . Sheltering for young chicks In the case of some flightless birds, their wings serve no function whatsoever.
well you airhead... it usues it's wings for lift and thrust and all that crap and stearing, it can stop flaping for glide keep flaping for lift and speed, its tail helps with …the stearing.
Making mocking birds fly. :)
Yes they are
In Flightless Birds
Swimming and Flying. that's all I know!