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The wings of an
An Akaali statue missing one wing
They used to say if man could fly, he'd have wings. But he did fly. He discovered he had to."
wing was an appendage typically designed for flight. In nature, several varieties of animals bore wings, including birds, many insects, and bats. They were also key components that allowed for fixed-wing aircraft to achieve flight. Wings were also frequently used in art, and as food.
child, Guinan had an imaginary friend that was a Tarcassian razor beast. According to her, " It had " ( dark brown fur and gold eyes and huge spiny wings, and it would fly so fast nobody could see it except me. : " TNG ")
Captain Jonathan Archer and Trip Tucker entered a curio shop on the Akaali homeworld in 2151, the shopkeeper Garos was glueing a broken wing onto a creature statue. ( : " ENT ")
2152, to keep Trip Tucker from lapsing into a coma, Jonathan Archer asked the chief engineer to name the eight major components of the warp reactor. The starving and overheated officer listed drumsticks, thighs, and wings instead. ( : " ENT ")
Wings were part of
statues and sculptures on different planets such as Angel I, Aldea, and Earth. ( : " TNG ", " Angel One ", " When The Bough Breaks ")
We'll Always Have Paris Arctus Baran also owned a winged statue aboard his ship. ( : " TNG ")
Gambit, Part II
Counselor Deanna Troi visited the clay school class, Eric Burton asked her if she thinks the wings on his statue were too big. She told him that birds have different sized wings and it looks fine. ( : " TNG ")
The broken wing of a
class 2 shuttle Seven of Nine and Tuvok were travelling with was detected on the energy barrier surrounding an area of Ledos. ( : " VOY ")
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