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Squid Can Fly to Save Energy - Scientific American

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Squid Can Fly to Save Energy
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[SIZE=-1]By Jessica Marshall and Nature magazine | February 21, 2012 Squid can save energy by flying rather than swimming, according to calculations based on high-speed photography. Squid of many species have been seen to 'fly' using the same jet-propulsion ...[/SIZE]
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