The Longest Nonstop Animal Flight Was 11 Days
The Longest Nonstop Animal Flight Was 11 Days. (n.d.). Interesting Facts. https://www.interestingfacts.com/fact/645bd07b757e64dc8d621026?liu=1f1dba6d327dca24a0f19960531b8d53&utm_source=daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=1800469276#645bcf8d757e64b2b162066f%20
The animal kingdom is filled with amazing migrations. But one animal stands out among the rest of these impressive travelers: the little-known and criminally underrated bar-tailed godwit. Preferring summers in Alaska and winters in Australia or New Zealand, these large, noisy sandpipers make an epic voyage twice a year. While it’s not the longest migration in the world overall, the bar-tailed godwit flies between its two travel destinations nonstop in a journey that can last 11 days or perhaps even longer. To continue reading, follow the link above.