Sheila Patek:
Sheila Patek chronomètre les animaux les plus rapides

TED2004 · 16:25 · Filmed Feb 2004
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La biologiste Sheila Patek nous parle de son travail mesurant la vitesse du coup que donne la crevette-mante pour se nourrir, l'un des plus rapides mouvements dans le monde animalier, en utilisant des caméras enregistrant à 20 000 images par seconde.

Biologist, biomechanics researcher
Biologist Sheila Patek is addicted to speed — animal speed. She's measured the fastest animal movements in the world, made by snail-smashing mantis shrimp and the snapping mandibles of trap-jaw ants. Full bio
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