Bird’s Wings Get Perfectly Synced With Camera’s Frame Rate

By. Neluka

Birds are vertebrate animals adapted for flight. Many can also run, jump, swim, and dive. Some, like penguins, have lost the ability to fly but retained their wings. Birds are found worldwide and in all habitats. The largest is the nine-foot-tall ostrich. The smallest is the two-inch-long bee hummingbird. Everything about the anatomy of a bird reflects its ability to fly. The wings, for example, are shaped to create lift. The leading edge is thicker than the back edge, and they are covered in feathers that narrow to a point. Airplane wings are modeled after bird wings.

Some birds fly but some birds don’t, even with wings. Most of them who fly don’t move their wings and that’s a fact and that is mainly because that would flout gravity. Recently, Ginger Beard, a famous YouTuber uploaded CCTV footage of something unusual that a home security camera had captured. It was a baffling stunt that was trending on the Internet within 24 hours and now it has more than 5m views.

Herewith attached is the footage of this mesmerizing capture. Many questions might pop up on how this little fellow did his stunt. Well here’s the massive secret to the reveal. This had happened before but it was time, an animal demonstrated this bizarre notion of technology. Apparently, the birds’ wings happened to sync flawlessly within the cameras frame evaluation, hence creating an optical illusion that is seen right in front of our eyes.

Birds are indeed quite interesting animals for sure and there’s definitely plenty to learn about the species of various kinds of birds. In conclusion, this perfectly synced flight will amaze you all along with the fascinating tricks of unseen technology revealed.

Video credit & More info: youtube