For straight line motion, snakes first relax

University of Cincinnati biologist Bruce Jayne studied the mechanics of snake movement to understand exactly how they can propel themselves forward like a train through a tunnel. His study titled 'Crawling without Wiggling' was published in the Journal of Experimental Biology.

For straight line motion, snakes first relax

US research confirms a 70-year-old idea about how snakes can hunt in narrow burrows. Tanya Loos reports.

Mon 15 Jan 18 from Cosmos Magazine

Researchers explain how snakes can crawl in a straight line

Snakes are known for their iconic S-shaped movements. But they have a less noticeable skill that gives them a unique superpower.

Fri 12 Jan 18 from Phys.org

Research of snakesí straight-line movement could power the rescue bots of the future

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Mon 15 Jan 18 from ZME Science

How Snakes Can Crawl in a Straight Line

NewsSnakes are known for their iconic S-shaped movements. But they have a less noticeable skill that gives them a unique superpower. Contributed Author: University of CincinnatiTopics: Ethology

Fri 12 Jan 18 from Laboratory Equipment

Expert unlocks mechanics of how snakes move in a straight line

Biologists are studying the mechanics of snake movement to understand exactly how they can propel themselves forward like a train through a tunnel.

Fri 12 Jan 18 from ScienceDaily

Expert unlocks mechanics of how snakes move in a straight line, Fri 12 Jan 18 from Eurekalert

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