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Over one million FB views for Swift research film

Some time ago, we reported on Anders Hedenström et al.’s paper in Current Biology – revealing that common swifts stay airborne for 10 months without landing.
Natonal Geographic FB page

The media coverage that followed was huge and recently National Geographic published a re-make of the LU-film about the research on their FB-page. This film has now reached stunning one million views. See it on National Geographic's FB-page!

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