You may be wondering how tall a fly is. Well, there are several factors that determine the height of a fly. The first factor is the weight of the animal. Houseflies weigh approximately 11.5 mg for males and 17 mg for females. These insects can fly up to 10 km/h. They can make up to six full turns in a second. Furthermore, they can reach their top angular speed in just two hundredths of a second.
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