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Research focuses on aerial feats such as hunting and mating in mid-air.
Harvard University scientists have determined some bees brace themselves against wind and turbulence by extending their hind legs while flying. Wind is a universal part of life for all flying animals, Assistant Professor Stacey Combes said.
Turbulence hampers flight for various bee species, and possibly other insects.
- To swell, as grain or wood with water.