Why do sausage makers love migratory seabirds?

Because it takes a tern for the wurst.

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👤︎ u/QuillofNumenor
📅︎ Dec 01 2020
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Migratory birds can be fascinating. You often see them fly in "V" formation across the sky. On occasion you see that one side is longer than the other. It's a simple scientific explanation really.

There just happens to be more birds on that side.

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👤︎ u/Mrscottib23
📅︎ Oct 15 2020
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I thought I just saw a flying sausage outside my window, but it was actually a migratory bird.

Looks like I’ve taken a tern for the wurst.

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👤︎ u/Windy246
📅︎ Sep 11 2020
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I saw a cool movie on Netflix on migratory water fowl.

It was a great duckumentary.

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👤︎ u/Sir_Pluses
📅︎ Jul 15 2020
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In a certain part of Africa, the migratory pattern of lions heralds the changing of seasons

The people say that the lions come at the end of August with such regularity, they can begin to prepare for winter on the day they arrive. After all, The Pride comes before the fall.

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👤︎ u/Cormag778
📅︎ Oct 20 2016
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Professor asked if anyone knew what "home-range" was in reference to dolphin migratory patterns.

Me: It's Kansas State song.

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👤︎ u/Schro3der
📅︎ Feb 11 2014
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