Monday, 24 July 2017

A twist in the tail: Flying fish give clues to 'tandem wing' airplane design


Date:  July 5, 2017
Source:  Society for Experimental Biology

Summary:  Ribbon halfbeak are a species of fish with the ability to fly above the sea surface -- but unlike true 'flying fish', they lack the necessary hind wing fins. So how do they fly?

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