>No it cannot fly with one wing. UNLESS the aircraft's body actually produces sufficient lift, such as a "flying wing" aircraft
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No bird can fly with only 1 wing, they need both to lift themselves into the air
No. A pigeon requires two wings to fly.
A bumblebee is a physics anomaly that is able to fly when by its very design it should not. The Bumblebee is a large passive hairy bee that lives in small colonies underground.
No, bird can not fly with a broken wing.
One would describe a biplane as a wing that can be used as a fixed wing for an aircraft, this has two wings that used biplane design to fly the aircraft one after the other. The other biplane in biology is a wing of some animals that can fly.
Yes, an Eagle can fly with a limp wing. You should know, it is the law to fly.
Usually not, but it would depend on the airplane, the pilot, and what you mean by "fly".
15 miles per hour
It depends how you touch the wing. If you break or injure the fragile wing then obviously it won't fly. If you just prod the wing gently then yes it will fly.
Not very far at all.
only some birds but very few
Aden, a wing; adenydd , wings.
one animal and the main animal is a bumblebee. one animal and the main animal is a bumblebee. one animal and the main animal is a bumblebee.
No, penguins cannot fly. Their wing structures are evolved for swimming.No. They are one of the birds with feathers and wings who do not fly. They swim. Poor penguins.
Because if you only have one wing it's not gona be balanced!
it means you can only hear with one ear like a wing theres two wings on each side if a bird hurts its wing it cant fly if some one cant hear then they are only hearing with one ear