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Originally posted by MarsSentinel
some dots moving across a background. worthless.
Originally posted by karen61560
They fly in triangular fashion because their eyes are on the side of their heads and thats the only way they can see the bird next to them. It keeps them in line of sight.
Originally posted by NowanKenubi
I had the same thought as Shurima.
Don't migratory birds fly in a triangular fashion to make long flights easier? We didn't see that...
Originally posted by Ghost375
reply to post by OccamAssassin
Why wouldn't they be visible with the normal lens? I'm just curious, not really saying you're wrong. You have the most logical explanation so far.