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Mating swarm study offers new way to view flocks, schools, crowds

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The adulthood of a midge fly is decidedly brief—about three days. But a new study of its mating swarm may yield lasting benefits for analyses of bird flocks, fish schools, human crowds and other forms of collective animal motion.

 

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