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by Old_Ponter @, 3000 miles north of north pole, Wednesday, July 12, 2017, 12:08 @ Maralela


That is tapping into the natural instincts of the geese to "herd." Out in the wild, I once observed, from a low flying aircraft, a long line of geese marching along on the ground below. Much to my embarrassment, I first thought it was a line of caribou since they (caribou) travel in lines, but then was corrected "better put your glasses on, those are GEESE." It took a while to live that one down ... don't you know the difference between geese and caribou?

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