Birds and planes can fly at the same height, as high as 10,000 feet. However, airplanes can fly higher than that while birds cannot.
All gliders are airplanes, but not all airplanes are gliders.
To start off, birds flap their wings to propel themselves forward whereas airplanes propel themselves forward using a propeller that spins around. Airplanes use wires (both electrical and cables) to maneuver. Birds twist their wings to maneuver. Airplanes also have lights to show their orientation and location. Birds on the other hand have no lights because they really don't need them! Airplanes are made out of metal which doesn't repair itself it it gets broken or injured like a bird does. Airplanes need aviation fuel to run where birds just get their energy from seeds, bugs..etc. hope that helped
Birds uses their wing and tail parts as control surface to turn pitch yaw.airplanes also provided with some control surfaces to wing , tail to do the same operation.
They are like giant birds flying in the air.
hawks airplanes and some kind of birds
airplanes are the same thing as hovercrafts... but only hovercrafts have a louder engine
What other example would they follow?
so that they can slip through the air while flying.