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Hummingbirds’ unique sideways flutter gets them through small apertures

An Anna’s hummingbird (Calypte anna) navigating an aperture too small for its wingspan by sidling through while flapping its wings. Credit: Marc Badger, UC Berkeley Most birds that flit through dense, leafy forests have a strategy for maneuvering through tight windows in the vegetation—they bend their wings at the wrist or elbow and barrel through.

Video: Sega Introduces The Characters Of Samba De Amigo: Party Central

Out on Switch later this month.In case you missed it, Sega is reviving its rhythm series Samba de Amigo later this month with the release of Samba de Amigo: Party Central on the Nintendo Switch.It will come packed with 40 hit songs, online play, character customisation…Read More

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