Hummingbird in Slow Motion
Hummingbirds flap their wings about 50 times per second, so all we ever see is a blur around them as they zip around the yard. The folks from National Geographic mounted a high-speed camera on a hummingbird feeder to get some incredible footage of the tiny birds. Not only do we get to see them flap their wings, but also slip their tongues into the nectar up close!
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, Jul 19th 2017 (5:57pm) | Thanks: Squid
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spam_vigilante From: spam_vigilante Ignore me at your own peril
Date: 7/20/17 @ 07:28 PM
Someone once told me that hummingbirds actually swim through the air as opposed to typical bird flight.
Someone else once told me that hummingbirds are the only animal that can fly backwards. Now, THAT I do not buy. Dragonflies.

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