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Bumblebees Can Fly Higher Than Mount Everest

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Bumblebees cannot survive the freezing conditions of Mt. Everest's peak. But researchers based at the University of California, Berkley simulated the low oxygen and low air density conditions of such high elevations to determine the limits of the bumblebee's flight capacity, and found the bees were capable of staying afloat at remarkably inhospitable elevations.


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Of course bumblebees can fly higher than mountain peaks- bumblebees are magic.

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ahhh if only one can come up with something as efficient wise both on physics and energy distribution ~

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