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Why is it so hard to catch a fly? A visit to The Robot Zoo

Why is it so hard to catch a fly? Maddie Moate and Greg Foot visit the Horniman Museum‘s Robot Zoo in London to answer that curious question and a few other questions with help from some delightful robot animal counterparts. Watch vids from the entire series, including how does a grasshopper jump?

how does a bat see in the dark?

…and how does a chameleon change colour?

Watch more robot vids like The animatronic animals of Spy in the Wild, and more videos from Maddie and Greg, including The World’s First Poo Museum, Searching for Water Voles, Why do hot things glow? and Why do we get car sick?

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