HOW DO YOU MAKE AN EMU FLY?
To make an Emu fly, we must increase it’s wingspan so that it can create enough force to propel itself upwards. Here is our table of birds, their ratios and the perfect ratio. The perfect ratio is calculated by the average of all the birds calculated below. These birds have been chosen as a range of flying birds, from the heaviest, to the lightest, to the largest wingspan etc.
Using this ratio, we can calculate that the wingspan of the emu will have to be 1322.6013cm long or 13.226013 metres long! Click the button below to see what the Emu would look like. When we add extra wingspan, we are adding more weight. Therefore, we must get the ratio correct according to the simplified ratio. Click the button below to view the modified emu: