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Re: Cost in Aquatic Birds (also short)
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From: "James R. Cunningham" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, April 11, 2002 10:51 PM
> > What exactly is pronation? [...]
> My intent was just to bring it up. I'm not interested in testing it, but
> thought others might be.
I don't care who tests it. Thanks for bringing up the idea :-)
> For an example the type of rotation I'm talking about,
> look at a sea turtle's front limb rotation during the downstroke, relative
> that of a bird or bat.
Isn't that just the same as flying in air but with a more pronated wing? --
Where do penguins lie in this range (not to mention dippers...)?