Scientists have discovered that the larvae of bark beetles can perform acrobatic feats. They are only about a quarter of an inch long, and scientists were surprised to see the larvae somersault their tiny bodies through the air. Listen to learn about the physics of the larvae’s ability, and hear a gymnastics podcaster describe and score their Olympic-style skills.
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