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Robotic seagull duplicates biological functions

Festo, a supplier of automation technology, industrial training, and education programs, has developed the SmartBird robotic seagull. SmartBird is capable of autonomous takeoff, flight, and landing, using two meter-long wings. It is modeled very closely on the herring gull, and controls itself the same way birds do, by twisting its body, wings, and tail.
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