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Falcons see prey at speed of Formula 1 car

1 month ago   |   By Milton Keynes Natural History Society

Extremely acute vision and the ability to rapidly process different visual impressions - these two factors are crucial when a peregrine falcon bears down on its prey at a speed that easily matches that of a Formula 1 racing car: over 350 kilometres per hour.
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