When eating, Eurasian Sparrowhawks pluck the feathers and usually eat the breast muscles first.
A fibrous layer deep in the breast muscles can hold the wings rigidly horizontal for gliding and soaring.
Sounds grew muffled; pulse quickened; breast muscles worked enough to feel.
It had particularly large breast muscles that enabled it to fly for long distances.
Flight is mainly gliding due to very long primary feathers and small breast muscles.
Birds are implanted in their breast muscles.
The feathers are plucked and usually the breast muscles are eaten first.
However, skeletal evidence suggests that its breast muscles were not powerful enough for wing flapping for extended periods.
It even tore away some of the surface fibers of the pectoralis major, your breast muscle.
The golfclub head, large crop, strong breast muscles create these and they taper off to the tail with a harmonious unity.