Animal Locomotion: Near-Ground Low-Cost Flights
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CitationBiewener, Andrew A. "Animal Locomotion: Near-Ground Low-Cost Flights." Current Biology 28, no. 23 (2018): R1348-1349.
AbstractFlying animals expend considerable energy. A new study reveals that bats reduce their flight power requirements by nearly a third when flying in ‘ground effect’ close to the surface.
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