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  • Peregrine Falcons
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    The Peregrine Falcon The peregrine falcon belongs to a group of birds called the Falconiformes. This group includes vultures, kites, hawks, eagles, and falcons. Other than vultures, all of these birds hunt and kill other animals for food. Falconiformes are equipped with hooked beaks and strong talons, making them excellent predators. All Falconiformes are daytime hunters. The peregrine falcon is the best-known of the fifty-eight birds in the falcon family. The word Peregrine comes from a word th...
  • Animal Needs
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    William James and Konrad Lorenz are at a caf'e in the middle of Piccadilly Circus having coffee, smoking cigars, deep in conversation. J: What say you about this Konrad, I have a Scotch terrier that used to live in the barn, and I recently moved him into my home. In the barn, he had this nasty little habit of burying things into the ground, and upon being moved into the house continued with the same behavior. After a few days, he eventually stopped trying to dig altogether. How would you explain...
  • Its Increased Lift And The Wing
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    I am interested in aircraft, especially airplane engines and structure. I have studied for five years in Japan about aviation maintenance at my high school and my college which have aeronautical engineering departments. Needless to say, I am majoring in the aviation maintenance technology. Aircraft are eminently related to physics. I therefore chose this book, gAirframe h. I think that a person who is interested in aviation would feel interested in this book. I have already studied about some fl...
  • Bite Of The Tsetse Fly
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    Tsetse Fly African sleeping sickness is an infectious disease of tropical Africa. This infectious disease is caused by a protozoan organism that exists as a parasite in the blood of a number of vertebrate hosts. There are three variations of the disease that predominate in humans are transmitted by an insect vector: Two types of African sleeping sickness are caused by the following: Trypanosoma and T., both transmitted by the bite of the tsetse fly. Trypanosome, which early symptoms include feve...
  • Part Of The Large Subclass Pterygota
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    Amit GuptaBiologyScott-3 April 01, 2001 Research Project: Class Insecta Insects are invertebrates in the class Insecta from the phylum. Arthropods include more than 850,000 species and form by far the largest phylum in the animal kingdom, exceeding in number all the other Phyla combined. The characteristic tough exoskeleton and jointed limbs are superimposed in a segmental body plan that reflects the evolution of arthropods from ancestors of the annelid worm. Insects, arachnids, myriapods and cr...
  • Higher Pressure Under The Hummingbird's Wing
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    Hummingbirds in Flight Hummingbirds are fascinating birds that are always fun to watch. These birds are able to hover in mid-air, dart from side to side, go straight up or down, or even backwards. They can out-fly and out-maneuver birds hundreds of times their size. There are many factors that contribute to the hummingbirds' ability to fly so easily through the air. A hummingbird's wings are shaped so that they are slightly rounded on the top. Bernoulli's Principle explains why this helps the bi...
  • Canard Configuration And The Flying Wing
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    Most people are familiar with the Standard Configuration, the most common airplane design. However, recent revelations in both military and general aviation have shown at least a slight movement toward different arrangements of an airplane's lift and control surfaces. These variations in aircraft structure include the canard configuration and the flying wing. First, we must understand the basic principles of flight before any different configurations of lift surfaces can be discussed. In order f...
  • Deadalus And His Son Icarus
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    ICARUS & DEADALUS The myth of Icarus and Deadalus has spanned the ages as a story told to teach children the value of obeying their parents. Under further examination though, it proves to have a set of underlying lessons, morals, and meanings that are common in Greek Mythology and pertain to modern day life. Deadalus was a highly respected and talented Athenian artist who was a descendent from the royal family of Cecrops. He was an architect, a sculpture, and an inventor who many said was the be...

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