Birds frequently collide with aircrafts, often with deadly consequences for the flying creatures.
However, it was something new altogether when a bird hit an American Airlines flight earlier this week.
The Airbus A319 was bound for Miami from Mexico City when its nose, the front end of the plane, slammed into the large bird.
Although the collision did not affect the safety of the flight, it did leave a literal impression on the aircraft.
The bird’s body became embedded in the radome of the aircraft, a dome like shell that prote…
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