Wingspan sentence example

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  • With a wingspan of a single millimeter, they were very small craft indeed.

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  • They also have a long wingspan relative to their body size.

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  • The Mongolian eagle is a majestic sight with a metre-wide wingspan.

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  • Few drivers notice the huge bird with a five-foot wingspan floating effortlessly above the busy motorway.

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  • By the end of the movie Destroyah's final wingspan is 210 meters and he stood at a height of 120 meters.

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  • The Greater Wax Moth has a wingspan of up to 3.6 cm. and the Lesser Wax Moth a wingspan of 1.8 cm.

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  • Here, the huge wingspan is clearly the attraction of the picture.

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  • These giants have a massive wingspan of over 3 meters and have inspired countless books, movies, and stunt attempts.

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  • Red kites are distinctive and large birds they have a two meter wingspan, but a tiny body weighing only 2 to 3lbs.

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  • Very close in size is the Andean condor, with a 10 foot wingspan.

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  • Rigoletto will be starring a golden eagle called Isla with a seven-foot wingspan.

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  • This species has one of if not the largest wingspan of any moth, approaching 30cm.

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  • This is the size of a queen bumblebee compared to the largest bat in the world that has a wingspan of 6 feet.

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  • We have albatrosses breeding all over the island too - wandering albatrosses with a wingspan of 2.5 meters !

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  • They had a wingspan of 180 ft and were 93 ft long.

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  • Two high-fidelity, 21-foot wingspan prototypes of the BWB concept have been designed and produced for wind tunnel and flight testing this year.

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  • Nor did the wingspan of the Towers which was made of far sterner stuff than the Pentagon.

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  • Has a twin motor push glider and weighs about a quarter of a pound and with its 26 inch wingspan.

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  • The largest species, the wandering albatross, has a wingspan of 11 feet and can live for 50 years or more.

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  • The hefty two-lb. dragon has a wingspan that can cast a giant foreboding shadow over an entire castle.

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  • Others will pick a Western style dragon, with an impressive wingspan and even fire spouting from its mouth.

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