Birds can navigate both urban and real jungles with ease even when they're facing tolerably violent winds. If they could speak, we'd have already asked their secret. But since they can't, a Stanford School of Engineering built one of a most advanced wind tunnels in a world. It's where assistant highbrow David Lentink study them some-more closely in sequence to rise some-more stable drones. The tunnel has a turbulence generator that simulates different wind speeds and patterns, as well as high-speed cameras that record every strap of a birds' wings as they fly inside.
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