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These breeds (homes and highFlyers) are the result of selective breeding. Homers fly very fast to return home. It's all about speed! The homer's body is full mussels, like a bodybuilder. On the other hand, the highFlyer tipplers flies very, very, very slow, very long time, and at a ultra high altitude. It's body is very small and light, with very little mussel. The homer's body was selective breed for speed, so it's body is not designed to fly at very high altitudes.
 

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Thank you sam_aroo for reply. This forums has less replies now :(
You are correct but I am looking for some scientific reason and I believe it is hidden in wing and respiratory.

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These breeds (homes and highFlyers) are the result of selective breeding. Homers fly very fast to return home. It's all about speed! The homer's body is full mussels, like a bodybuilder. On the other hand, the highFlyer tipplers flies very, very, very slow, very long time, and at a ultra high altitude. It's body is very small and light, with very little mussel. The homer's body was selective breed for speed, so it's body is not designed to fly at very high altitudes.
 
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