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How is the skeleton of a bird well-suited for flying?

Answer :

Birds can fly because their bodies are well suited for flying. Their bones are hollow and light. The bones of hind limbs are typical for walking and perching. The bony parts of fore limbs are modified as wings. The shoulder bones are strong. The breast bones are modified to hold muscles of flight which is used to move wings up and down.


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