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Flying Fish May Hold The Secret To More Efficient Planes

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When it comes to designing flying machines, studying birds has been the norm as far back as Leonardo da Vinci. But while our feathered friends have taught us a lot about what to do (and what not to do), we have so far neglected the study of flying fish, according to Haecheon Choi, a South-Korean mechanical engineer at the Seoul National University.

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