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30 m/ph = 50 km/h
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kazannova 2 years ago
that is great .. but how thy know their way back ?
MajorIdea 2 years ago
The laws of physics state that given the mass-to-wingspan ratio of a bumblebee, it is impossible for the creature to fly.
But it does.
Cream_Puff 2 years ago
1:12 - bee then proceeds to fly straight into his eye.
Urmensch 2 years ago
The old myth that "bumblebees shouldn’t be able to fly" was based on calculations using the aerodynamic theory of 1918-19, only 15 years after the Wright brothers made the first powered flight. So, while these early theories suggested that their wings were too small to create sufficient lift, since then scientists have made huge advances in understanding aerodynamics and how different kinds of airflow can generate lift.
loadrunner 2 years ago
Next stept is placing bombs underneath the bumbelbee. We are doomed
firest4rter 2 years ago
nature, as always, you are amazing
pesto 2 years ago
bee-ware I'm comming
ValdeLevis 2 years ago
#2 I guess bumblebees don't study physics.
WorldChampion 2 years ago
Never knew that was there the expression came from.
Malinar 2 years ago
How do they trucking people ???
Natan_el_Tigre 2 years ago
Like #2 said:
konzoon 2 years ago
glue some wifi and cell towers on there backs
c0mmanderKeen 2 years ago
They also generate tons of heat internally. The cooling mechanism is very interesting - especially since many proteins denaturate very quickly at high temperatures. Those bumblebees' filament proteins for example can take up to 80°C - because thats what the internal temperature around the wing muscles can become !!
LOSTPORK 2 years ago
SLOW MOTION FACE DERP (1:12)
2 years ago
615 x 357 px
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