Why does a Fly Swatter have Holes?

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Fly swatters have holes in them because a fly can sense the air pressure built up by a solid object. The holes allow air to move through the fly swatter and the fly not to notice.
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If you try hitting a fly with something without the tiny holes, air doesn't pass through it, so the fly can feel the air current change and fly out of the way. The holes on a fly
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this way if you swat a fly it can possibly get out through one of the holes and makes the swatting more frustrating than it already is :D.
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So that they are more aireodinamic
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1. Lay newspaper over a work surface in a well-ventilated area. 2. Wrap painter’s tape around the base of the plastic fly swatter where it meets the wire handle. Place the fly
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