What Is the Fastest Flying Animal?

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The Peregrine Falcon is the fastest flying animal on earth, reaching speeds between 99 and 273 miles per hour (440 kilometers per hour) when diving.
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The fastest flying animal is the Peregrine Falcon. This bird has a diving speed of 300 km per hour. They prefer wide-open spaces, and thrive most in places near coasts where shorebirds are very common.
It is widely believed that the fastest flying animal is the Peregrine Falcon which has been clocked at a record of 300 km per hour. The Peregrine Falcon is also known as the duck hawk and is about the size of a crow.
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