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post #31 of 15916 (permalink) Old 01-16-2012, 09:47 AM
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What is the terminal velocity of the African Tree Swallow?

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What is the terminal velocity of the African Tree Swallow?
There's an African Tree Swallow??????

Hmmmm I have never seen any here in Africa.....Have seen my share of snakes and also what they call Crows that some are as big as buzzards....LOL.

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Dunno Bama, saw that on another forum so I snitched it just for this thread Pretty sure that terminal velocity is the same for just about anything though

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Dunno Bama, saw that on another forum so I snitched it just for this thread Pretty sure that terminal velocity is the same for just about anything though
I think someone is using a little poetic license Budok.

I believe this is where your question originated. Great Stuff too.

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What is the terminal velocity of the African Tree Swallow?
Its the speed he reaches just before he hits the ground....

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What is the terminal velocity of the African Tree Swallow?
My guess since it Terminal Velocity, would be Dead Still. If the bird is terminal=dead, i'm guessing it's not moving on it's own.
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Of course they did. That's what holds your butt on.
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