Why are there shuttlecocks in Kansas City?

Inspiration for the shuttlecocks came from a painting in the museum by Frederic Remington that featured Native Americans wearing feathered headdresses coupled with a satellite image of the museum grounds that resembled a grassy ball court.

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In this manner, how tall are the birdie sculpture at the Nelson Atkins museum of Art?

18 feet tall

Then, what are badminton balls called?


Just so, who made the shuttlecock?

Eddie Bauer

What are the part of shuttlecock?

The ball of shuttlecock is made up of two parts: the feather top and the rubber base. Four coloured goose feathers in the form of a cross are installed into the pipe on the base. The rubber base is made of three parts: the upper base, the lower base and the pipe for feathers.

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