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(Society for Experimental Biology) Many bat species catch food 'on the wing' without touching the ground, but how do they do it? A new study by Per Henningsson at Lund University, Sweden is the first of its kind to analyze the aerodynamics of bats performing maneuvers during flight.
Original Article: Winging it: How do bats out-maneuver their prey?NEXT ARTICLE
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