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Exploring Aerodynamics in Nature

Watch this film by Doc Edgerton exploring aerodynamics in nature with slow motion examples such as hummingbirds, wrens and a variety of insects. High speed sequences, filmed at 1500 and 2400 frames per second, were produced by Crawford H. Greenewalt. [HEE-FV-184]

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