Good question. And actually a two part question. ABs are the most rarely seen form of the graboid life cycle and there’s very little hard evidence on their abilities. Since, after they launch, they glide, their range-per-launch is highly variable. Normally a flight is less than a mile, but with the right conditions they can catch thermals and glide for extreme distances (many miles). With multiple launches, they can theoretically cover hundreds of miles. But they probably don’t. That’s why part two of the question is significant: It is believed graboid eggs require geothermal heat to hatch. That means the options an AB has for laying its egg are VERY limited. What they probably do is circle the area in which they were “born” trying to find the location where their parent graboids hatched.
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