Juvenile Bird Accidentally Breaks Record for Longest Non-Stop Flight on its First Attempt

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  • A juvenile bar-tailed godwit recently broke the world record for the longest continuous bird flight.
  • The bird flew 8435 miles from Alaska to Tasmania in 265 continuous hours.
  • The bird, only five months old, got mixed up and accidentally landed in the wrong place.

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