Budgies reveal the rule that means birds never collide in flight
Birds have in-built air traffic controlFLPA/Alamy Stock PhotoBy Alice KleinHow do birds avoid crashing into each other when approaching head-on? They have an in-built preference for veering right. The finding may contribute to the design of better anti-crash systems in autonomous drones. Mandyam Srinivasan at the University of Queensland, Australia,...
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