If only mosquitos moved this slowly in real life, giving us ample time to smash or flick them before they took a juicy bite.
The video above shows a mosquito moving 667 times more slowly than normal. Scientists used eight high-speed cameras recording at 10,000 frames per second to capture the meticulous motions.
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Their study, published Wednesday in the journal Nature, describes the unique aerodynamic mechanisms...