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Drone Research Shows Why Albatross Wings Are Black On Top – Forbes


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Drone Research Shows Why Albatross Wings Are Black On Top
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For example, I recently shared a video report about how imitating bumble bee wing structure could make drone wings less likely to become damaged by a collision (more here). And now, I stumbled across another study that explores how albatross can also …


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