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A frog can grab its prey at an incredible speed. But how is this possible? Scientists have discovered it is due to their specialized tongues. Their saliva is neither a liquid or a solid.…
Hummingbirds move at incredible speeds. One type can travel up to 60 miles per hour (97 kmh). How do hummingbirds navigate their surroundings when they are moving so fast? A new…
Cheetahs are known for being the fastest land animal. They can run as fast as 70 miles per hour (112 kmh) in short bursts. Now, thanks to the Cincinnati Zoo,…
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See how scientists are learning more about dragonflies by catching their fast movements on camera.
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