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Answer::::because there are more geese in the other line.....winter YUCK!!
diesteka diesteka 36-40, F 11 Answers Nov 13, 2012 in Dating & Relationships

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They fly in this formation to save energy, one in the slipstream of the other (trust a racing cyclist to know that). If there is wind from the side, one arm of the V is more favorable than the other.

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yes yes I love to see smart answers and you are so right. Do you read a lot and often ?

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I'm heavily addicted to reading and the Kindle hasn't improved my state ;)

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Practice will make perfect- in the mean time my car is a f'kn mess

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Very interesting Question.



I don't have the answer but maybe birds are like humans. Some humans are left-handed and some humans are right handed. So maybe birds have a similar thing going on with their wings (Ha ah left wing birds and right wing birds) or they may have a better right eye or left eye.



So maybe the difference in numbers may be caused by different birds wanting to fly on their side preference and that there is not a perfect 50% 50% balance between the two preferences in the bird world. Just as there are more right handed people then left handed people.



Well it's a theory :)

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Well said, sir. It's a believable theory.

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Missing-man formation, like jets flying overhead during a funeral.

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Yep. Geese stole it from the Army. roflmao

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I know .. I always look forward to the sight for some un explained reason :-) x

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Maybe becuase there arent enough geese to make a perfect V shape

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It's the same way with snowbirds. They're passing through my area as we speak, southbound as quickly as possible.

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They are inviting you to come along

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Perspective

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