By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - It is an aerial maneuver far beyond the capabilities of even the most sophisticated modern aircraft: landing upside down on a ceiling. Brown University scientists observed two species: Seba's short-tailed bat and the lesser dog-faced fruit bat. "Flying animals all maneuver constantly as they negotiate a three-dimensional environment," Brown biology and engineering professor Sharon Swartz said.
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