I have many feathers to help me fly. I have a body and head, but I’m not alive.

Riddle: I have many feathers to help me fly. I have a body and head, but I’m not alive. It is your strength which determines how far I go. You can hold me in your hand, but I’m never thrown. What am I?

A weapon consisting of a thin, straight stick with a sharp point, designed to be shot from a bow is called an arrow. Fletching, which creates wind drag, is the name of the feathers on an arrow.

 

The tip of an arrow is called the head and the rest is the body. Since an arrow is an object is not alive. The archer retracts the arrow to throw it away, and the stronger the archer, the farther the arrow goes. You cannot throw an arrow, but you can shoot it.

The answer of this riddle is an arrow.


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