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ENSIO OLUT: ELOPPI, NÄYTELMÄ KOLMESSA NÄYTÖKSESSÄ

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MicroFlyer, a Microelectronic Aerial Vehicle ( MAV ) over 20-years ago was upgraded with micro-robotic aerial flying insects ( mosquitoes, preying mantis, etc. ), bats, birds and ground-based small reptiles ( scorpions, crabs, snakes, etc. ) used on today's 21st century warfighter battlefields. Report: http://conceptactivityresearchvault.wordpress.com/2011/01/18/robot-combat-intelligence/

MicroFlyer, a Microelectronic Aerial Vehicle ( MAV ) over 20-years ago was upgraded with micro-robotic aerial flying insects ( mosquitoes, preying mantis, etc. ), bats, birds and ground-based small reptiles ( scorpions, crabs, snakes, etc. ) used on today's 21st century warfighter battlefields. Report: http://conceptactivityresearchvault.wordpress.com/2011/01/18/robot-combat-intelligence/

100 päivää luonnossa: Haarapääskyn pesinnät | Suomen Luonto

100 päivää luonnossa: Haarapääskyn pesinnät | Suomen Luonto

Sepelkyyhkyn metsästys alkoi pesinnästä huolimatta | Suomen Luonto

Sepelkyyhkyn metsästys alkoi pesinnästä huolimatta | Suomen Luonto

Google Image Result for http://askabiologist.asu.edu/sites/default/files/resources/articles/bats/homology_550.jpg

Google Image Result for http://askabiologist.asu.edu/sites/default/files/resources/articles/bats/homology_550.jpg

compare/contrast bats and birds after reading Stellaluna

compare/contrast bats and birds after reading Stellaluna

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Varpushaukka, Accipiter nisus - Monoskylä, virrat - 8.7.2017

Varpushaukka, Accipiter nisus - Monoskylä, virrat - 8.7.2017

Higher order thinking done after reading "Stellaluna". Comparing and contrasting bats and birds.

Higher order thinking done after reading "Stellaluna". Comparing and contrasting bats and birds.

These are seen all over MO in the spring. They are a really big butterfly, and they don't stay around too long.  I think the birds and bats eat them.*

These are seen all over MO in the spring. They are a really big butterfly, and they don't stay around too long. I think the birds and bats eat them.*

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