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Photo Essay: Waterton Lakes National Park

Waterton Park - This is a Photo Essay of Waterton Lakes National Park in Waterton, Alberta, one of Canada’s treasured tourist vacation spots. This area is a photographer’s dream especially for anyone interested in wildlife and landscape photography.
In the Media by Grace C. Visconti - 8 comments

Corpse-eating fly comes 'back from the dead' after 160 years

A fly that was declared extinct over a century ago appears to have come 'back from the dead'. Researchers in Europe were interested to find it had not vanished after all.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 9 comments

Video: Chris O'Dowd chews fly to death in The Graham Norton Show

A fly joined Kristen Wiig, Steve Carrell and Chris O'Dowd at a recent BBC One "Graham Norton Show." Cracking jokes they swatted till it disappeared. O'Dowd drank water from his glass and discovered it wasn't a bit of ice he just crushed between his teeth.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus

Harvard robotic insects make first controlled flight

Aerial drones aren't a new concept, but in fact has been researched and developed for quite some time. While they are becoming smaller and smaller, the roboticists over at University of Harvard developed the smallest aerial drone so far.
In the Media by Milton Este

Watch Obama lose it with pesky fly during White House speech

A pesky housefly that landed on the forehead of President Obama while he delivered a speech on Thursday in the White House's State Dining Room achieved what the political opposition has failed to achieve, make the president lose his cool under pressure.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 2 comments

The top 8 microscopic images you'll ever see

Every year, Nikon sponsors a contest for microscopic images to showcase "the beauty and complexity of life as seen through the light microscope." Here are some of the entrants for this year's contest, from terrifying spiders to awe-inspiring minerals.
In the Media by David Silverberg - 15 comments

Video: Jetman flies over Rio de Janeiro

Rio De Janeiro - In an incredible display, Jetman has now taken a flight over Rio de Janeiro. The video takes you along for the ride with breathtaking views.
In the Media by Anne Sewell

Three kids fly to Nashville without their parents' knowledge

Jacksonville - Fifteen-year-old Bridget Brown was saving her babysitting money toward buying a car. She changed her mind and decided to take a trip to Dollywood.
In the Media by Cynthia Trowbridge - 24 comments

Flight attendant helps land plane at O'Hare airport

Chicago - An American Airlines flight had an unusual experience when the first officer became ill and was replaced by a flight attendant who hadn't flown a plane for 20 years. She said they worked as a team as trained and safely landed at the Chicago airport.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman

Which Hollywood actor-director 'too fat' to fly?

Actor-director Kevin Smith, best known for his character Silent Bob in hit movies such as "Clerks" and "Mallrats," was declared too fat to fly on a Southwest Airlines flight.
In the Media by Matt Harding - 2 comments

New Airline is First Exclusively Devoted to Pets

The company Pet Airways is the first airline in the world exclusively devoted to pets. According to their website, they take "the job of providing a comfortable experience for pets very seriously."
In the Media by Mat Elmore - 1 comment

PETA ticked at Obama for 'murder' of a fly

As a pesky fly insisted on getting in on an interview with President Obama, the president had enough. He tried to chase it away by waving his hand and then he killed it.
In the Media by Cynthia Trowbridge - 30 comments

Scientists find flies turn fire ants into ‘zombies’

A team of researchers from Texas have found one unusual way to control fire ants. They are planning to deploy parasitic flies which turn the insects into “zombies.”
In the Media by Subhabrata Das - 4 comments

The Queen is Shocked to Learn of Her Own Rugby Scrum Flight 80 Years Later

The Queen has learned of a childhood 'flight' through the air this week. An Australian star rugby player has explained that he threw the then-princess through the air which, caused much alarm at the time
In the Media by Michelle Duffy - 2 comments

Tiny Dinosaur Was Already Primed For Flight

Remains of a tiny dinosaur reveal that some of the ancestors of birds had already shrunk in size before flight evolved. It was a mere 2 feet long and weighed the equivalent of two cans of soda.
In the Media by RobotGod - 1 comment

Criss Angel Levitation Magic Trick Revealed !!!!

In this video, Criss Angel explains and reveals how he does his levitation / flying magic tricks. THE MOST ASKED TO DO MAGIC TRICK IS REVEALED !!! THIS IS A MUST SEE FOR ALL YOU MAGIC GOERS.
In the Media by n0limitzz

Human Fly

Here u can see the Human fly
In the Media by Jishpar - 1 comment

Air dynamics

why do planes fly??
In the Media by didio - 1 comment

How a Helicopter is built

This is an interesting video about how a copter is built
In the Media by didio - 4 comments

Number one reason to Use Mosquito Repelent in Central America: Bot Flies

When traveling in Panama this guy picked up a few cases of bot flies..not good. *Not for the squemish*
In the Media by bobSP - 2 comments
 

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Drosophila species fly.
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Drosophila species fly.
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Seagull looking out to sea
Seagull looking out to sea
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Chris O Dowd chews pesky fly to death
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Chris O'Dowd chews pesky fly to death
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A microscopic photo of a fruit fly retina  by Dr. W. Ryan Williamson
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A microscopic photo of a fruit fly retina, by Dr. W. Ryan Williamson
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Pesky fly beats White House security
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Pesky fly beats White House security
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Chrysopa sp (lacewing)  very similar to one of the new species
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Chrysopa sp (lacewing), very similar to one of the new species
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MAGNUS MUHR is a 39 YEAR OLD PHOTOGRAPHER from Sweden who  in his spare time  likes to invent the mo...
Magnus Muhr
MAGNUS MUHR is a 39 YEAR OLD PHOTOGRAPHER from Sweden who, in his spare time, likes to invent the most hilarious scenarios for dead flies. Thanks Magnus, for giving the world a good laugh.
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An animal tail usually used for chasing away flies  adds to the colour of the dance.
An animal tail usually used for chasing away flies, adds to the colour of the dance.
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