Highflying Geese Save Energy By Swooping Like A Roller Coaster

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The bar-headed goose is famous for its long, annual migration from the Indian subcontinent to central Asia, a flight that takes it over snow-capped Himalayan Mountains so high and dangerous that human climbers struggle just to stay alive.

Scientists had thought these birds might fly up to a high altitude and ...Read More

Source: NPR Science - ingested into KQED