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The Mechanics Of Frogs

The Mechanics Of Frogs
Researchers used highspeed cameras and slowed the video to study the jumping abilities of frogs. The team found that the frogs can use their very stretchy muscles to create energy to jump up to more than ten times their length.


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Posted by kazchen on November 11, 2010
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