Why is this airplane upside down?

Why is this airplane upside down?

Why is this airplane upside down? Emergency landing on rough terrain with fixed gear hanging down often results in a flipped airplane. One feature of the Lance is retractable gear which can be “cleaned up” before an emergency landing and increase your chances of staying shiny side up. I know these things aren’t pleasant to think about, but preparing for emergency is a large part of flying…especially in Alaska.

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