Which extinct geese might fly?

We’re all conversant in flightless birds: ostriches, emus, penguins — and geese? Geese and geese have been particularly susceptible to turning into flightless over the course of evolutionary historical past, however it may be troublesome to find out from fossils whether or not an extinct species might fly or not. A brand new research takes a recent strategy, classifying species as flightless or not based mostly on their skeletons and providing a glimpse into the lives of those extinct waterfowl.
Paleontology News — ScienceDaily

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