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Have you ever wondered how a bird would cope in a zero-g environment? I have images of them spinning like tops then battereing themselves against the walls of the spaceship. ANybody have any ideas? Would the lack of a magnetic field (or the presence of an artifical one), flummox them as much as the absence of gravity? Any other animals you'd like to see floating about?

This sounds cruel. I like animals, honest.

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Well, that is quite interesting...

So by my perspective, the birds will die in space due to lack of oxygen. Though, I wonder what it would be like to send honey badgers up there... or a man without a suit floating in space...

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They seem to have trouble working out which way is up and which is down.

There is no up or down.

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So by my perspective, the birds will die in space due to lack of oxygen.

I'm assuming he meant like in the space station or in the vomit comet.

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I'm assuming he meant like in the space station or in the vomit comet.

I did indeed.

Found this

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Hmmm Interesting - from years of watching the Muppets Show I can inform you that Pigs in Space seem to bumble from one funny adventure to the next... While Swedish Chefs are obsessed by chickens

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Only just stumbled on this thread and it made me laugh. slow day that day by any chance diafol? The mental image of a bird spinning in space made me laugh too.

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slow day that day by any chance diafol?

With my brain, every day's a slow day.

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I realized that every day now i see birds in space... unless i am thinking angry birds...

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